“Carlota” The Mad Empress Original Rare Mexican Movie 1939 Poster AP618

Rare Mexican Movie Poster for "Carlota" The Mad Empress. Mexican Cinema Poster. Mounted on linen backed. 26" x 30" The Mad Empress is a 1939 American historical drama film depicting the 3-year reign of Maximilian I of Mexico (Nagel) and his struggles against Benito Juarez (Robards). Empress Carlotta (Novora) is the "mad" empress who has a ...

“La Pajarera” or The Birdhouse Original Mexican Movie Poster AP616

"La Pajarera" Mexican Movie Poster. Made in 1945. Professionally mounted and cleaned. Linen backed.  26"x 30" Synopsis: At the end of 1915, the colonel of the rebel troops Francisco Lopez returns to Jalisco. The reason is to agree to the amnesty after the defeat suffered by the constitutionalist army. There he meets Rosa, who ...

“Cruel Destino” Mexican Cinema Poster AP614

"Cruel Destino" Mexican Cinema Poster. Professionally mounted and cleaned Linen backed. 26" x 30" Original Mexican Movie Poster, Cruel Destino directed by Juan Orol in 1944 with María Antonieta Pons, José Pulido, Jorge Arriaga, Kiko Mendive, José Eduardo Pérez, Manuel Noriega, Carolina Barret, Florencio Castelló, Guillermo Familiar, Gilberto Gonzáles, Raúl Guerrero, Chel López and Juan José ...

“Juana Gallo” 1961 Vintage Mexican Cinema Poster AP613

"Los Canallas" Vintage Mexican Cinema Poster. Juana Gallo (released in the U.S. as "The Guns of Juana Gallo"), the 1961 Miguel Zacarias Mexican war romantic melodrama starring Maria Felix, Jorge Mistral, Luis Aguilar, Christiane Martell, and Ignacio Lopez Tarso The Guns of Juana Gallo (1961) "Juana Gallo" (original title) The true life's story of Juana Gallo. A ...

“Los Canallas” Infernal Angels Vintage Mexican Movie Poster AP612

"Los Canallas" Vintage Mexican Cinema Poster, Los canallas (released in English-speaking countries as "Infernal Angels"), the 1968 Federico Curiel Mexican masked wrestler luchador crime action melodrama starring Mil Mascaras, Regina Torne, David Silva, Manolo Munoz, Federico Falcon, Claudia Martell, Altia Michel, Fernando Oses, Olga marquez, Elvia Mendoza, Margarita Santies Teban, Cavernario Galindo, and Dorrel Dixon Minor Damage ...

“Bamba” Vintage Mexican Cinema Poster AP611

"Bamba" Vintage Mexican Cinema Poster. 26" x 30", linen backed. Beautiful and Vivid colors. Circa 1940's.  Price upon request. BAMBA, 1949. Original folded Mexican (27 x 41” / 88 x 135 cm) movie poster. Directed by Miguel Contreras Torres and starring Carmen Montejo, Victor Manuel Mendoza, Tito Junco and Andres Soler. “Triunfo Dramatico” (Dramatic Win or Triumph). Beautiful litho ...

Hires Rootbeer Bottle cap Tin Litho Sign. Original Condition. A1175

This beautiful Hires Rootbeer Sign is a Great survivor. Circa 1950's.Large and in charge as they say 34.5 x 34.5 in size. Well Marked Made in the USA. Factory marked as well. Very little wear to edges is all. As close to Mint as you may find. Hires Root Beer was created by Philadelphia pharmacist Charles Elmer ...

American Tin Litho Apollo Candies Store Display A1168

"They're different… Apollo DELICIOUS Hard Candies". Well, they're gone (and we bet they were darn delicious at that) but their terrific metal display endures, and, as an object in its own right, it has achieved the glamor of a piece of found futurist sculpture. A miniature architectural treasure, its lettering and paint set off its ...

Sam Hyde Harris Union Pacific Excursions Advertising Maquette Sketch (1930s) P1420

The great Sam Hyde Harris, simultaneously the doyen of California plein air painters and a pioneering giant of advertising art on the West Coast, produced this unerringly executed sketch for a Union Pacific ad campaign. The vignettes of the destinations vie with the beautifully executed lettering for pride of place in this pleasure filled drawing. 43" x 13.5" ...

Life Buoy The Health Soap Sign 1930s AP596

Lifebuoy was introduced by Lever Brothers in 1895 in England. Originally a carbolic soap containing phenol, different varieties were later introduced without the medicinal carbolic smell, such as the coral-colored Lifebuoy during the late 1950s and Lifebuoy Minty Refresher in 1966. Lifebuoy was one of the most popular soaps in the United States from approximately 1923 ...

Oldsmobile Limited Showroom Display Poster Very Rare c 1910 AP560

Don't let its slightly battered appearance fool you: this is a true and very rare automotive poster treasure. We have had it cleaned and stabilized and the original linen backing carefully re-backed on new linen. It was designed to be hung framed, mimicking its original oil painting, in Oldsmobile showrooms. The graphic is explosively dynamic as ...

Dogs ‘n Suds Drive-in Eatery Sign 1956 AP524

Dog 'n Suds is a midwestern United States chain of root beer and hot dog drive-in style eateries featuring the once popular and now rare form of in-car "carhop" delivery service. 16" x 16" Price on request. The first Dog n Suds was opened in 1953 in Champaign, Illinois, by University of Illinois music teachers James Griggs and ...

Sweet-Orr “Clothes to Work in” Porcelain Enamel Sign 1935 SOLD AP523

"On the job since 1872." Also, their clothes-label used to read, "To Any Six Men Who Rip Apart A Pair Of Sweet-Orr Tug-O-War Pants - A Free Pair Each! Ask Your Dealer". Superb branding, one of the great ad memes of the last century and a half. A deeply mourned make. Sweet-Orr -  Approximate Lifespan: 1871-1968 ...