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Vintage French School Poster Rossignol Electrical appliances

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Vintage Rossignol school poster representing Electrical appliances and Stove / Radiator.

The poster is printed on both sides :
- 19. Electrical appliances
- 20. Stove / Radiator.

These Rossignol posters were in every french school in the 50s and 60s. All french pupils studied with them! Today, they are subjects of nostalgia and so many memories!

This vintage school poster is 90 cm long and 75 cm wide (35.4 x 29.5 inches).

This poster presents traces of use, small tears on sides, a small stain on the coat hanger drawing (see pictures).

Sold without the wooden frame.

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