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Designer: Unknown
Decade: Unknown
Year: Unknown
Dimensions: 63.5 x 84.5 cm
Lithographically printed by: A / S Kruckow & Waldorff
Country: Denmark
Condition: 10/10

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Rare Danish vintage poster from the publisher Gyldendal. The poster shows a train at high speed with the text:

Well it’s expensive; and one must take care of one’s work, the family must live. If only you could make life out there come home to you; it was easier and it was cheaper.

That’s exactly what you can do. Order FORWARD, and your whole life will come in as safely as the mail from your door.
They just need to open up and accept it.

It’s easy, it’s cheap, it’s enlightening. It is unjustifiable not to.

Unfortunately, we do not know the names of the artists or the year of this poster, but we guess it is from the 1920s or maybe the 1920s. It is at least an original, made before 1948, where people in Denmark stopped writing nouns with a capital letter.

Condition: 10/10 – A little patina but perfect condition.

Frame is not included. See our large selection of exclusive frames, which can be precisely adapted to the poster’s 64 x 102 cm format. We always ship frames and posters separately, so we do not risk the frame breaking and destroying the poster. Broken frames can be replaced, but these original posters cannot.

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