Ruins of the Jesuits of San Ignacio

Designer: WC Murrie
Decade: 1920s
Year: 1929
Dimensions: 70 x 100 cm
Country: Argentina
Published by: Ferrocarril Nordeste Argentio
Printed by: Galeria Güemes Buenos Aires
Condition: 8/10
The condition of the poster is really good, but it only gets 8/10, as the poster has small tears in the sides and a large one at the top - as shown in the pictures. Damages that can be repaired if desired.

You will not find this original vintage poster anywhere else on the internet.

San Ignacio Miní was a Jesuit mission founded in the early 17th century to evangelize the native Guarani in the Argentine province of Misiones. This Argentine travel poster is also in the category of train posters as it is published by the Northeast Argentine Railway Society.

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