Night scene | The East Asiatic Company

Designer: Dalsgaard
Decade: 1950s
Year: Unknown
Dimensions: 62 x 100 cm
Lithographically printed by: FE Bording
Country: Denmark
Condition: 10/10
Beautiful night scene with a ship being greeted by a boat in an exotic eastern harbor. The ports of call are highlighted as stars in the sky.

The East Asiatic Company, ØK in everyday speech, was a trading company founded by HN Andersen in 1897. In 1970, the company was Scandinavia's largest company in terms of turnover, and when the company was at its peak in the 1970s, it had more than 40,000 employees. Unfortunately, the oil crises of the 1970s hit the company hard. In 1981, the company had a debt of several billion, which resulted in a series of divestments. In 1993, EAC sold all shipping activities to Maersk. In 2014, there was only one international moving business left.

The poster has a little bit of patina, but we consider the stand to be perfect. 10/10.

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