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1930s Advertising Sign for Ham

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1930s Advertising Sign for Ham

Antique advertising sign for ham. This lithographic sign for French ham was designed by Millière Maurice. It’s a beautiful design: the butchers wife, a beautiful lady with red lipstick, is cutting the ham into slices with a large butcher knife. Behind her, you see the hams hanging in the butcher’s shop or abattoir. This Art Deco sign wears the label with an image of a pig and the text: “aux jambons Français” – marque Déposé and it was made by: Imp. J.E. Goossens – Lille – Paris (France). The designer:  Millière Maurice (1871-1946) was a French painter, printmaker and illustrator. It’s a great cardboard sign from the 1930s to display at your wall in the kitchen, at a butcher’s shop, in a restaurant or a for a collector of antique signs.

Specifications Antique Sign Ham Millière Maurice

Dimensions: L 33,5 x D 0,03 x H 49,7
Origin: France
Period: 1930s
Materials: Cardboard
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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