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Hué, Annam - French Indochina

Designer: Jos-Henri Ponchin
Decade: The 1930s
Year: 1931
Lithographically printed by: Imp. d'Extrême-Orient, Hanoi
Dimensions: 76 x 112 cm
Country: Vietnam
Condition: 8/10

Breathtaking Vietnamese travel poster from 1931 by French artist Jos-Henri Ponchin (1897 - 1981). The poster promoted travel to Annam, as central Vietnam was called until 1945. The poster shows a woman in front of the citadel monument in the former capital of Hué. Other important monuments are also shown, such as the entrance to the Forbidden Purple City. We have seen the poster sold several times before and it was not difficult to price it, but there are not many copies of the original lithograph. With a condition which is also very close to perfect, it is clear that we can offer a very special poster here.

Condition: 8/10 - Minor folds, patina and edge cracks, but almost perfect condition.

The frame is not included in the price. See our large selection of custom sized frames, which can be adapted precisely to this large poster's 76x112 cm dimensions.