Nice 1920s poster introducing the All-Steel B10 automobile. At this time all cars were made of wood and metal was nailed on. History: At the 1924 Paris Motor Show, Citron presents the All-Steel B10, a car that revolutionises the industrial manufacture of bodywork. The production process was developed by the American company Budd but US carmakers are wary of adopting it because they consider it to be too modern. Car bodies were previously built of wood and the metal body parts nailed on. Learn More
Art nouveau poster advertisement for the Narcoti Chemical Co., Springfield, Mass., announcing cure for the tobacco habit, showing a demon or devil-like tobacco plant being skewered by a knight on horseback. Title: Narcoti-cure Cures the tobacco habit in from 4 to 10 days ; Price $5.00 / / Bradley. This old advertising poster dates to 1895. Learn More
On this Barnum & Bailey circus poster, the press agents of 1905 called this thrill act 'a fearful frolic with fate'. Indeed, all acts of this type - whether the performers operated somersaulting autos, rode hurtling bicycles over enormous gaps, or were catapulted from a huge crossbow or shot out of a cannon - were truly daring and dangerous. Learn More
This is a nice illustrated travel poster for Pan Am airlines for flights to the South Sea Isles. This vintage poster shows a lady laying on the bank overlooking a Pan American airplane getting ready to land in the South Sea Islands. This poster dates to the 1940s. Learn More
This vintage aperitif wine advertising poster shows an illustration of a parrot holding a bottle of this aperitif wine. Caption: Toni Kola, vin aperitif a la Kola, se boit tres frais. Poster has no date so I could only assume that it dates to the 1920s or 30s. Learn More
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