Russian - Flags and Kremlin Propaganda Advertising Poster
|Size:||14.25 x 22.5|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Original Soviet Russian propoganda linen backed propoganda poster. A church surrounded with various territorial state flags all with the hammer and sickel. On top of the Kremlin spire rests one large red star. Printed in Moscow. A hammer and a sickle overlapping each other. The two tools are symbols of the industrial proletariat and the peasantry; placing them together symbolizes the unity between industrial and agricultural workers. This emblem was conceived during the Bolshevik Revolution. The flag of the Soviet Union, adopted in 1923 and finalized in the 1924 Soviet Constitution, and flags of the republics of the Soviet Union after 1924. Before this, the flags of Soviet republics tended to be a plain red field, with the golden text of the name of the respective republic superimposed on it, This is an Original Lithograph Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is professional acid-free conservation mounted and in very good condition.|
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