French Vintage Bicycle Advertising Poster ‘Cycles Francais Hurtu’, 1889

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Hurtu, Hutin & Diligeon (the manufactures) featured this new type of bicycle in the World’s Fair 1889 in Paris. Pictured is a gentlemen holding a map, taking a journey with his brand new bicycle. The bike manufacturers left empty space at the bottom of the poster for the local Cycle dealers to print their names. In this poster, the local store name (Eugene Boitard) is stenciled in. In the background is a body of water located somewhere in the countryside.

Details

Artist:

Origin:

France

Circa:

1889

Printer:

Charles Verneau - Paris

Size:

37.5'' X

50''

ID:

#01968

Style:

Art Nouveau, Belle Epoque

Condition:

Very Good

Wear:

Wear consistent with age and use

Linen Backed:

Yes

Size

Unit

Width

Height

Depth

Inches

37.5

50

.1

Centimeters

37.5

50

.1

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