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    This stationary ad from 1951 comes straight from the pages of a French magazine. The beautifully rendered pencil strikes a line under the words ’18 graduations’. Beneath it is a drawing of a candelabra. The early 1950s were a time of increasing consumer affluence for the French, and as luxury became accessible to wider and wider swathes of the population, stationary was no exception. This authentic poster will allow you to drift into the past- to a happier, simpler time.

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    Baignol & Farjon

    351.00

    This stationary ad from 1951 comes straight from the pages of a French magazine. The beautifully rendered pencil strikes a line under the words ’18 graduations’. Beneath it is a drawing of a candelabra. The early 1950s were a time of increasing consumer affluence for the French, and as luxury became accessible to wider and wider swathes of the population, stationary was no exception. This authentic poster will allow you to drift into the past- to a happier, simpler time.

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    In this gorgeous stationary ad from 1951, a pen and a pencil viewed from above draw lines on a piece of paper. The jaunty angle makes them striking and penetrative, their geometric shapes rising like skyscrapers as if they are leaping from the page. This is a dazzling image, appropriately subdued by the simple use of black and white. This authentic, vintage poster will allow you to drift into a simpler and happier time, a post-war period of consumer affluence.

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    Baignol & Farjon 18 Graduations

    351.00

    In this gorgeous stationary ad from 1951, a pen and a pencil viewed from above draw lines on a piece of paper. The jaunty angle makes them striking and penetrative, their geometric shapes rising like skyscrapers as if they are leaping from the page. This is a dazzling image, appropriately subdued by the simple use of black and white. This authentic, vintage poster will allow you to drift into a simpler and happier time, a post-war period of consumer affluence.

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    Taken from the pages of a genuine French periodical of the ’40s and ’50s, this advertisement for Edacoto pens is a wonderful tribute to an age of opulence. The ad’s simple black-and-white makes it an attractive addition to any interior wall without introducing visual clutter. Edacoto is one of France’s major historic pen brands, having been founded early in the twentieth century, originally a producer of mechanical pencils. Bring history to life with this pleasant piece of vintage advertising art.

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    Edacoto Pens

    378.00

    Taken from the pages of a genuine French periodical of the ’40s and ’50s, this advertisement for Edacoto pens is a wonderful tribute to an age of opulence. The ad’s simple black-and-white makes it an attractive addition to any interior wall without introducing visual clutter. Edacoto is one of France’s major historic pen brands, having been founded early in the twentieth century, originally a producer of mechanical pencils. Bring history to life with this pleasant piece of vintage advertising art.

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    Jif started out as a French subsidiary of Waterman, an American company which was one of the four biggest penmakers of the early twentieth century. Behind the pen’s image is the faint outline of a violinist playing their instrument, perhaps a reference to the expressiveness of a pen which boasts four different colours- red, green, blue and black. That colourfulness contrasts with the stripped-down simplicity of the ad itself which makes an aesthetically pleasing but un-intrusive addition to any interior.

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    Jif

    342.00

    Jif started out as a French subsidiary of Waterman, an American company which was one of the four biggest penmakers of the early twentieth century. Behind the pen’s image is the faint outline of a violinist playing their instrument, perhaps a reference to the expressiveness of a pen which boasts four different colours- red, green, blue and black. That colourfulness contrasts with the stripped-down simplicity of the ad itself which makes an aesthetically pleasing but un-intrusive addition to any interior.

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    This 1952 ad for the Papeteries Marais stationer depicts a fashionable working woman flashing the company’s luxurious vellum paper in the air like a holy tablet. Red lines burst from its form and the tagline below evangelises about the ‘Vellum Medal’ paper which- so they claim- reads your mail out loud. Impressed, she leans against her typewriter and gazes admiringly. This vintage poster would fit wonderfully in an office, particularly for those nostalgic about the forgotten days of the typewriter.

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    Papeteries du Marais

    576.00

    This 1952 ad for the Papeteries Marais stationer depicts a fashionable working woman flashing the company’s luxurious vellum paper in the air like a holy tablet. Red lines burst from its form and the tagline below evangelises about the ‘Vellum Medal’ paper which- so they claim- reads your mail out loud. Impressed, she leans against her typewriter and gazes admiringly. This vintage poster would fit wonderfully in an office, particularly for those nostalgic about the forgotten days of the typewriter.

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    This stationery ad from 1951 depicts an elegant working woman alongside her eager colleagues. Perfect for an office or boardroom, this artwork portrays in pretty watercolours the optimistic mood of a ’50s France getting back to work after the upheavals of wartime. The French text will add a cosmopolitan theme to your place of work and will no doubt impress partners and clients. This quaint image discloses the immense changes to workplaces that have occurred during the last sixty years.

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    Papeteries du Marais Paris

    441.00

    This stationery ad from 1951 depicts an elegant working woman alongside her eager colleagues. Perfect for an office or boardroom, this artwork portrays in pretty watercolours the optimistic mood of a ’50s France getting back to work after the upheavals of wartime. The French text will add a cosmopolitan theme to your place of work and will no doubt impress partners and clients. This quaint image discloses the immense changes to workplaces that have occurred during the last sixty years.

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