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    This 1954 ad is for Martell Dry Pale cognac. With its simple use of block colours and black outlines it’s a visually pleasing image reminiscent of a post-war period when luxurious consumption was accessible to more ordinary people than ever before. One of the oldest Cognac houses, the company has a heritage stretching all the way back to 1715, when Jean Martell was born. He devoted himself to perfecting the art of cognac, creating a business which still operates today.

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    Martell Dry Pale

    549.00

    This 1954 ad is for Martell Dry Pale cognac. With its simple use of block colours and black outlines it’s a visually pleasing image reminiscent of a post-war period when luxurious consumption was accessible to more ordinary people than ever before. One of the oldest Cognac houses, the company has a heritage stretching all the way back to 1715, when Jean Martell was born. He devoted himself to perfecting the art of cognac, creating a business which still operates today.

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    Produced in 1954, this gorgeous monochrome picture advertises Martell’s cognac. One of the oldest Cognac houses, the company has a heritage stretching back hundreds of years to 1715, when Jean Martell was born. He devoted himself to perfecting the art of cognac, creating a business which is still operating today. Illustrator Yves Bétin created work advertising perfumes, liquors and even motorcycles, and throughout his work runs an attitude of sophistication. Despite Martell’s eighteenth century origins, the picture is stylishly modern.

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    Martell Dry Pale

    441.00

    Produced in 1954, this gorgeous monochrome picture advertises Martell’s cognac. One of the oldest Cognac houses, the company has a heritage stretching back hundreds of years to 1715, when Jean Martell was born. He devoted himself to perfecting the art of cognac, creating a business which is still operating today. Illustrator Yves Bétin created work advertising perfumes, liquors and even motorcycles, and throughout his work runs an attitude of sophistication. Despite Martell’s eighteenth century origins, the picture is stylishly modern.

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