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ORANGINA-Large Vintage Poster Reproduction, Framed

ORANGINA-Large Vintage Poster Reproduction, Framed
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ORANGINA-Large Vintage Poster Reproduction, Framed



Large Vintage Poster Reproduction of
Vintage Orangina posters made by the French artist Bernard Villemot framed by XPO, Dublin 1.

The size of the poster framed is:
67x77cm or
26.3 inches x 30.2 inches.
The poster have 4 hinges and ready to be hung to the wall.

The French graphic artist Bernard Villemot created these now vintage Orangina posters. Bernard was known for his graphic art for a number of well know companies like Perrier, Air France, The Red Cross and Bally Shoes. But he became the most known for his poster art for Orangina which I put together a collection here for all of us to enjoy.

Bernard Villemont passed away in 1989 and even since his work have been searched for by collectors all over the world. But since great vintage art like this never seems to go out of style so I did add some links under each poster if you want some Orangina stuff hanging on your wall. These are all new reproductions of course but that will not make them look any worse.

Orangina is a citrus soft drink that was invented in France, it was first sold in French Algeria in 1935. Orangina is popular in most of Europe and the Northern parts of Africa. It can be found but are not very popular in the US.

This poster is one out of six similar available. You could see the photos of them in that listing as well the separate listing will follow.
The price is for one poster!

For condition please examine the images provided.

No swaps offers, please!

A collection is available from Phibsboro, D7.

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Comments & Offers
hillyb72 7 months ago
Hi. Do you sell these large posters unframed?
lakmus 7 months ago
Your question is really confused me.
I suggest-you think it will be cheaper price?I am wrong?

Why I should damage the item to get price down?

If you don't like the frames you could take them out once bought.
If I'll take them out and you 'll fail to complete the deal. What should I do?
lakmus 7 months ago
Would you name any reason I should to consider damage the frames?

hillyb72 7 months ago
I only asked because I want to send posters to Australia and don't need the frames. It's ok.... I'll get them elsewhere. Thank you for your response
lakmus 7 months ago
Now its clear.

lakmus 7 months ago
Still for sale: