6 postcards representing some old ad and film posters; all cards are not postally made use of and go back to the duration in between 1980 and 1993.
The very first card shows a French poster from Marcellin Auzolle (1862-1942), painter illustrator and chromolithographer, for anti-slip Durandal motor tyres of 1902. The card includes a veteran car, occupied by King Edward VII of the Uk, President Émile Loubet of France and Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany (and a driver) being pursued on foot by the young King Alfonso XIII of Spain. The card states & quot; & quot; sécurité absolue & quot;& quot;, which is rather funny recalling at the history of that time.
The following 3 cards are movie posters; The new experiences of Tarzan from 1935, The devil is a lady from 1935 (with Marlene Dietrich) and the Olsen Gang from 1968 (Danish Film). The fifth card is a Maggi advertisement from 1920 (a German business of instantaneous soups, stocks, bouillon cubes, catsups, sauces, spices and instant noodles). The sixth card shows a poster for the launching of the Italian battleship Registered Nurse Conte di Cavour at the 10th of August 1911 in the Royal Navy city La Spezia. The ship was called after the Italian statesman Count Camillo Benso di Cavour (1810-1861).
All cards originate from my own conventional outfit collection; due to the fact that of space scarcity, I sell parts of it here on Etsy.
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