Description: This is a cool poster promoting Zoo Cirkus with a rendering of a clown. Zoo Cirkus was established in 1941 by Trolle Rhodin the son of Brazil Jack. Would look good in a children's room. Graded B because of two holes in the upper part of the poster. Otherwise in excellent condition. This is an Original Vintage Poster. It is not a reproduction.
Ispalatset Ice Skating poster
Description: This is a very rare poster promoting the ice skating rink Ispalatset in Stockholm. An ice rink in Sweden for Ice skating, Ice hockey and Curling. AIK, Djurgårdens IF och Hammarby IF played their matches in Ispalatset i the 1930's. The poster is in very good condition except some wear, tiny tears and dirt. Would look great framed. This must be very rare.. This is an Original Vintage Poster. It is not a reproduction.
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Koli has many faces. To many, Koli is Finland’s most beautiful natural attraction. Koli National Park is a popular destionation both in summer and winter season. This poster is a typical 1960’s travel poster. In great condtion, ready to frame and hang on the wall. Designer: Photo: H. Iffland Decade: 1960 Country: Finland Size: 100 x 62 cm (39 ½ x 24 ½ in) Publisher: Turistforeningen i Finland Printed by: SKSKn Oy Category: Travel Grade: A - Price US$: 200 Return Policy…
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Skansen was founded by Artur Hazelius in 1891. It is the world’s oldest open-air museum and is situated on the island of Djurgården within the city limits of Stockholm, Sweden. Visitors to Skansen meet a miniature historical Sweden reflected both in the buildings and their surroundings. At Skansen there are also domestic and wild Nordic animals such as bears, wolves and lynx. This great art deco style poster from 1936 is promoting "The Farmers Day" (Bondens Dag). It has several signs of…
The host city for the XIV Winter Olympics was announced on 18 May 1978 during an 80th session of the International Olympic Committee in Athens, Greece. Sarajevo was selected over Sapporo, Japan by a margin of three votes. Sarajevo was part of the united Yugoslavia at that time. This is the poster for Sapporo.