Bieres Laubenheimer Food & Beverage Advertising Poster
|Genre:||Food & Beverage|
|Year Printed:||c. 1925|
|Size:||31.5" x 47"|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Bieres Laubenheimer, original antique vintage poster by the artist Georges Ripart. Professional acid-free archival linen backed in excellent condition. This beer comes from the midieval city of Nérac, in southwest France. (Where you will find Chateau-Musee Henri IV). Here we find beloved King Henry IV on his famous white horse. He is promoting Laubenheimer, an obscure southwestern French beer. This king's image has been used to advertise everything from chocolate to bouillon cubes, from liquor to bikes and back again. Using his image to promote a French product is more than intelligent niche marketing; it's a grand tradition. [PAI-XLI, 498] The poster is in excellent condition, and it is archival linen mounted. The full borders.|
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