Date: c. 1900
Size: 9.75 x 11.75
Notes: Poster, Small Poster, Carton, Framed
Information: For more details, please call 514 656 3301
About The Poster: Fabulous and very true to early 1900's advertising, this charming and colorful piece was originally exhibited as a point-of-sale marketing tool (you can tell this by noting the small hole punched in the middle of the top of the piece where the store owner would have strung some twine through to be able to hang the piece in his store or store window). This maquette would be lovely in a kitchen, country home or gallery. It was used by a company called Stella Rondot which seems to have made some type of paste, which, when used on fabric, made it waterproof. The felow in the add says ' It could rain, I've waterproofed everything with my Stella Rondot paste!". Printed by Chambrelent & Company in Paris, this piece is ready to be shipped. It is printed on hard card stock and is in very good condition. We are selling this piece framed. Please contact us for more information.