1962 Fight off the Rats! Fight Pest Campaign Poster - Original Vintage Poster

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Artist: D.F.S (signed and dated in print)

Print: Lithographic print 

Dimensions: 24.4 x 33.5 in (62 x 85 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - a bit of transparent adhesive tape in the corners, small tears on the corners and a little paper loss in the upper right area (a frame might cover most of the imperfections) - please see pictures. 

Country: Denmark

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A rare rat control campaign poster from the early 1960s! On the poster are three fat rats having a great time in the darkness of the city.

With the adoption of the so called "Rat Act of 1938" which required local authorities to combat rats the fighting was systematized. In 1940/41 a new alternative poison to control rats was approved - chopped and boiled onions added smoked herring and flour. The poison had to mixed in the right quantities and chopped in a specific and certain ratio before it had any effect. Then the poison was packed in portions and ready for use. Making the poison required quite a lot of working hours and was thus very costly so that method of making poison was abandoned again.

The poster includes a message saying: "Rats has to be reported to the local authorities".

This poster is quite a thing to decorate your walls with and I am sure that every visitor in the future home of this poster will have an opinion about this magnificent piece of history.

REF: L804

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1962 Fight off the Rats! Fight Pest Campaign Poster - Original Vintage Poster

1962 Fight off the Rats! Fight Pest Campaign Poster - Original Vintage Poster

Artist: D.F.S (signed and dated in print)

Print: Lithographic print 

Dimensions: 24.4 x 33.5 in (62 x 85 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - a bit of transparent adhesive tape in the corners, small tears on the corners and a little paper loss in the upper right area (a frame might cover most of the imperfections) - please see pictures. 

Country: Denmark