Iconic advertising sign with the representation of an Indian who smokes a peace pipe (calumet).
Beautiful bright colours on a vivid yellow background.
Tobacco was used by the Indians as a stimulant, as a way to get in touch with the gods and as a medicine.
The crossed keys (bottom right) are often a symbol of access to both the world of the living and the dead.
The legendary Crüwell Tabakhaus was founded in 1705. The sign, however, was printed with a typographical error that indicates the date 1783. In order to "correct" this, the factory struck a hole in many signs to remove the last two numbers. This copy escaped that. Another error is camouflaged with a sticker.
Will be packaged with care before shipping!
- Exibição de publicidade
- Crüwell Tabak - Jnka - 1930
- Período estimado
- Primeira metade do século XX
- País de origem
- Bom estado - usado com pequenos sinais de envelhecimento e manchas
- 70×240×360 mm