1930s Radio-L. L. - Original Vintage Poster

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Artist: (d'apres) Favre Georges (signed in print)

Print: Lithographic print

Dimensions: 22.2 x 30.1 in (56.5 x 76.5 cm)

Condition: Good condition - Light wear and a few minor tears on the edges and a minor handling signs. The poster has light folds (likely made by printer) but has been kept flat for a long time. There is a few cracks in the foldings which will be hard to see when the poster is framed - please see pictures.


Country: France

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A really powerful art deco poster featuring art deco artwork of a man jumping in the air with radio waves in the background. 

The poster is an advertisement for "Radio-L.L." a French radio company and as seen on the poster the company was founded in 1918 - three years before radio transmission in Paris began in 1921.

If you google "Radio LL" you find a few pictures of old radios labeled "Radio LL" which suggest the company made radios. The fact that the poster advertises with being the inventor of "the superheterodyne circuit" (improved signals) also indicates that poster advertises a radio company.

The company also had a private radio station broadcast which was on air in Paris from 1926 to 1935 (later it became Radio Cité)

Please note: I have seen the same poster dated as 1930s but also 1940s. As the company sized to exist in 1935, then the poster must be before 1935.

Thanks a lot for watching and please let me know if you have any questions.

REF: L3403

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1930s Radio-L. L. - Original Vintage Poster

1930s Radio-L. L. - Original Vintage Poster

Artist: (d'apres) Favre Georges (signed in print)

Print: Lithographic print

Dimensions: 22.2 x 30.1 in (56.5 x 76.5 cm)

Condition: Good condition - Light wear and a few minor tears on the edges and a minor handling signs. The poster has light folds (likely made by printer) but has been kept flat for a long time. There is a few cracks in the foldings which will be hard to see when the poster is framed - please see pictures.


Country: France