By: Sidaine Maxime
Date: 1928 (circa) Bordeaux
Dimensions: 17.8 x 24 inches (45.2 cm x 61 cm)
This colorful vintage poster-map was printed by the French government to promote sales of French Cognac. The grapes used for Cognac brandy must always come from a specific region of France, which covers the Charente-Maritime, a large part of the Charente, and some smaller parts of Deux-Sevres, and the famous Dordogne. This specific area is color coded on the map on the west coast of France, with the various colors shown and defined in a legend in the upper left quadrant of the map.
Condition: This brightly colored linen-backed poster is in A condition.
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