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VAT 69 LIQUEUR SCOTCH WHISKEY, 1935 PRINT AD. B&W Illustration (QUALITY TELLS... In all Metropolitan Centers those who know Insist on Vat 69) AUTHENTIC ORIGINAL VINTAGE 1935 ESQUIRE MAGAZINE ART

Archive - CD262B - Original vintage Art. Very Good Condition, from private collection, see my picture of this Illustration.

I ship by first class mail in a tube with tracking number.

10 3/4 x 9 3/4 (perfect for framing) A slice of life from another time.

If you are looking for an unusual piece of art, to decorate a home or office, these truly limited-edition prints are perfect. Vintage prints are extraordinary snapshots of our past. As conversation pieces they are unequaled. This beautiful old print is an actual piece of our history. Any of these, increasingly rare, works of art are also some of the most thoughtful (and personal) gifts you can give. Unlike so many other gifts, This allows you to present someone a piece of the past.

• This is not a Reproduction, but actual "Bits Of History"
• from the Golden Age of American Illustration
• Memories are the Essence of Civilization.

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