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    Armagnac Bouquet de la Gascogne

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    This lovely advertisement from 1954 was created for Badoit, a brand of carbonated mineral water. A glass and bottle emerge from a circle no doubt indicating the bubbly character of the drink, and bubbles are shown surrounding the base of the bottle and coming out of its top. Plucked from the pages of a genuine French periodical, this ad for ‘la meilleure eau’—’the best water’—is impressive for the opulence and hope it communicates, appropriate to the years of the post-war boom in the 1950s.

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    Badoit

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    This lovely advertisement from 1954 was created for Badoit, a brand of carbonated mineral water. A glass and bottle emerge from a circle no doubt indicating the bubbly character of the drink, and bubbles are shown surrounding the base of the bottle and coming out of its top. Plucked from the pages of a genuine French periodical, this ad for ‘la meilleure eau’—’the best water’—is impressive for the opulence and hope it communicates, appropriate to the years of the post-war boom in the 1950s.

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    This vintage poster from 1953 is for the Bartissol apéritif. The Mediterranean-themed drink created by Edmond Bartissol in 1904 is depicted on a gorgeous sunlit coastline. Calligraphic text advises the customer to ‘Drink naturally’, contrasting with bold capital letters announcing the beverage’s name. This stunning picture resounds with the glamorous optimism of a France recovered from war and austerity and facing the future with hope. The summery atmosphere of this advertisement will light up any wall on which it’s hung.

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    Bartissol

    468.00

    This vintage poster from 1953 is for the Bartissol apéritif. The Mediterranean-themed drink created by Edmond Bartissol in 1904 is depicted on a gorgeous sunlit coastline. Calligraphic text advises the customer to ‘Drink naturally’, contrasting with bold capital letters announcing the beverage’s name. This stunning picture resounds with the glamorous optimism of a France recovered from war and austerity and facing the future with hope. The summery atmosphere of this advertisement will light up any wall on which it’s hung.

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    This ad from 1951 was created for the aperitif Bonal Genitane-Quina. It’s a historic drink that’s been produced ever since 1865 and is known as a meal starter which- as the slogan goes- “opens the appetite”. The golden key in this ad indicates its power to unlock the appetite whilst the girl in traditional dress and the greenery hints at the botanical herbs from the Chartreuse Mountains with which it’s made. This ad is as rustic as it is sophisticated.

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    Bonal

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    This ad from 1951 was created for the aperitif Bonal Genitane-Quina. It’s a historic drink that’s been produced ever since 1865 and is known as a meal starter which- as the slogan goes- “opens the appetite”. The golden key in this ad indicates its power to unlock the appetite whilst the girl in traditional dress and the greenery hints at the botanical herbs from the Chartreuse Mountains with which it’s made. This ad is as rustic as it is sophisticated.

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    This beautiful ad from 1953 was created for Byrrh, a wine-based apéritif which sold well in the early twentieth century. The bottle emerges from a gorgeously drawn map of France. in the background, a plane flies; these were the early days of commercial air travel. Peer closely at the bottle and you will see through the glass two icons of Paris- the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. This poster will create a quintessentially French ambience wherever it’s displayed.

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    Byrrh Liquor

    468.00

    This beautiful ad from 1953 was created for Byrrh, a wine-based apéritif which sold well in the early twentieth century. The bottle emerges from a gorgeously drawn map of France. in the background, a plane flies; these were the early days of commercial air travel. Peer closely at the bottle and you will see through the glass two icons of Paris- the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. This poster will create a quintessentially French ambience wherever it’s displayed.

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    Castagnon Armagnac

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    This stunningly opulent advertisement from 1954 is for Mercier Champagne. Sunlight glints off the curved surface of the champagne bottle in this almost photographically realistic rendering. The bottle stands before an old book with illuminated lettering and gorgeous calligraphic writing. The text at the top of the image compares the champagne to a ‘precious manuscript’ and the customer’s wine cellar to a ‘library’. Founded in 1858, Mercier is based in Épernay and produces both vintage and non-vintage Cuvée. This illustration exudes sophistication and is ideal for a lounge or office.

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    Champagne Mercier M33

    765.00

    This stunningly opulent advertisement from 1954 is for Mercier Champagne. Sunlight glints off the curved surface of the champagne bottle in this almost photographically realistic rendering. The bottle stands before an old book with illuminated lettering and gorgeous calligraphic writing. The text at the top of the image compares the champagne to a ‘precious manuscript’ and the customer’s wine cellar to a ‘library’. Founded in 1858, Mercier is based in Épernay and produces both vintage and non-vintage Cuvée. This illustration exudes sophistication and is ideal for a lounge or office.

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    This regal, stately ad was created for the Courvoisier cognac. Their manufacturing process which remains unchanged since 1809 is still a closely guarded secret. Famed as ‘Napoleon’s Cognac’, a possibly apocryphal tale tells how he desired his artillery companies to be rationed with it. In 1909 the company was sold to the Simon family in England, but it continues to be manufactured in Jarnac in the Charente region of France. The iconography in the ad attests to its transnational reach.

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    Courvoisier Brandy of Napoleon

    513.00

    This regal, stately ad was created for the Courvoisier cognac. Their manufacturing process which remains unchanged since 1809 is still a closely guarded secret. Famed as ‘Napoleon’s Cognac’, a possibly apocryphal tale tells how he desired his artillery companies to be rationed with it. In 1909 the company was sold to the Simon family in England, but it continues to be manufactured in Jarnac in the Charente region of France. The iconography in the ad attests to its transnational reach.

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    Daguin Armagnac

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    Chartreuse has a famous history- having been made by monks of the Carthusian mountains for centuries, the original recipe was given to them in 1605 by the Marshal of Artillery to King Henry IV. In the background of this 1955 ad the artist has depicted the Grande Chartreuse, head monastery of the Carthusian order. At any one time, Chartreuse’s secret recipe is known only by two monks. This poster is brimming with the history which has made Chartreuse into legend.

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    Grande Chartreuse

    639.00

    Chartreuse has a famous history- having been made by monks of the Carthusian mountains for centuries, the original recipe was given to them in 1605 by the Marshal of Artillery to King Henry IV. In the background of this 1955 ad the artist has depicted the Grande Chartreuse, head monastery of the Carthusian order. At any one time, Chartreuse’s secret recipe is known only by two monks. This poster is brimming with the history which has made Chartreuse into legend.

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    This classy poster from 1953 advertises Chartreuse liquor. In the background are depicted the Carthusian monks who make the beverage in the Chartreuse mountains. The drink has an illustrious history, the first recipe being given to the monks by a Marshal of France in 1605. The “Reine des Liqueurs” or ‘Queen of Liquors’ is still made by monks today. At any one time, only two of them know its coveted secret recipe. This charming advertisement brims with that legendary history.

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    Grande Chartreuse Reine des Liqueurs

    630.00

    This classy poster from 1953 advertises Chartreuse liquor. In the background are depicted the Carthusian monks who make the beverage in the Chartreuse mountains. The drink has an illustrious history, the first recipe being given to the monks by a Marshal of France in 1605. The “Reine des Liqueurs” or ‘Queen of Liquors’ is still made by monks today. At any one time, only two of them know its coveted secret recipe. This charming advertisement brims with that legendary history.

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    This stylish monochrome work of poster art from 1947 depicts a group of sophisticated ladies and gentlemen socialising whilst drinking Perrier water. It was illustrated by Pierre-Laurent Brenot (1913-1998), a French painter with a wealth of experience in fashion and advertising art, known as the father of the French pin-up. The elegance of his pen stroke is on show here and the skill and depth of his rendering of clothing speaks to his background as a designer, particularly known for men’s suits.

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    Perrier

    639.00

    This stylish monochrome work of poster art from 1947 depicts a group of sophisticated ladies and gentlemen socialising whilst drinking Perrier water. It was illustrated by Pierre-Laurent Brenot (1913-1998), a French painter with a wealth of experience in fashion and advertising art, known as the father of the French pin-up. The elegance of his pen stroke is on show here and the skill and depth of his rendering of clothing speaks to his background as a designer, particularly known for men’s suits.

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    Rhum Rocroy

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    This striking 1952 ad for the liquor company Saint-Raphaël was created by artist Charles Loupot. Loupot transformed the company’s brand after he was put in charge of their corporate image in 1947.This fearlessly modern work bears the influence of cubism, with its bold use of block colours and the simple scheme of black, red and white conveying the atmosphere of a French cafe. Sultry low lights and alluring colours create a seductive image that will add passion to any room.

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    St Raphaël Quinquina

    441.00

    This striking 1952 ad for the liquor company Saint-Raphaël was created by artist Charles Loupot. Loupot transformed the company’s brand after he was put in charge of their corporate image in 1947.This fearlessly modern work bears the influence of cubism, with its bold use of block colours and the simple scheme of black, red and white conveying the atmosphere of a French cafe. Sultry low lights and alluring colours create a seductive image that will add passion to any room.

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