Size: 48 x 31 inches
Notes: Poster, Large Poster, Lithograph, Linen Backed
About The Poster:
Clothing was one of the many commodities that were rationed throughout the Second World War in France. Since replacement value was high, it was important to extend the life of one's garments. Clothing companies, instead of trying to sell more clothes, promoted products to help maintain them. This poster is for Raynard's dye. Dying a garment was believed to be an economical way of freshening up one's wardrobe - as it was an effective way of removing stains.This poster has great colors, is linen backed and measures 48 x 31 inches.