ART POSTER INVENTORY

French Posters, early 1900s  (click photos to enlarge)

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LES GIRONDINS
1st performance: Lyon, Grand Théâtre, March 25, 1905.

Colors are vibrant. Frame shows some age, tape on the back paper is drying in places. There is a small stain in the upper left corner, and a few marks in other places.

The poster was conservation mounted and framed by Skyframe & Art, New York City. 40"x56", framed.

 

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LES CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE
The Bells of Corneville, sometimes known in English as The Chimes of Normandy.


c. 1900, bought from and professionally framed by La Belle Epoque gallery in New York. Colors are vibrant and archival framing is meant to look older. 35"x28", framed.

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CARMOSINE
Printed by R. Engelmann, by the artist Benthem Van Der Bergh. c. 1914.

Brought from and framed by La Belle Epoque in New York City. Colors are vibrant, framing is archival and meant to look older. 31"x39", framed.

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CIRQUE PINDER, matching set.
Cirque Pinder was started in 1854, and continues to this day. These two posters present Alfred Court's Wildcats. Alfred Court was with Cirque Pinder from 1905-1908.

The colors are vibrant and the poster was professionally framed by La Belle Epoque in New York. 27" x 21" each, framed.

FRAMED POSTERS 
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Black-and-White FRAMED LARGE EARLY HOLLYWOOD
These photos were bought from and framed by Decor Art Gallery, Studio City, CA. Check sizes, some very large!
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POLISH MOVIE POSTERS, UNFRAMED
Rolled and stored in tubes, never folded or displayed
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MISC. POSTERS, UNFRAMED
Rolled and stored in tubes, never folded or displayed
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