Randers - Travel to Niels Ebbesen's town

Designer: Sven Henriksen
Decade: 1930s
Year: 1930
Dimensions: 52 x 75 cm
Country: Denmark
Published by: ?
Printed by: Winther & Winther
Condition: 9/10
Travel poster that promotes travel to Niels Ebbesen's city of Randers. Niels Ebbesen (born 1308 - died 1340) was a Danish lava nobleman who became a national hero when he killed Count Gerhard III of Holstein (the Coal Count) in 1340. The murder took place in the kingless time, when Denmark was pledged to German counts.

This vintage poster is not for sale anywhere else on the internet and the condition is exceptional of an original vintage poster. It is of course clear that the poster here was not printed yesterday, and there are some really small scratches in the top, but the poster looks as nice as you could wish for with a beautiful patina.

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