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    Posted 7 years ago

    Olga1972
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    I found this old poster at my grand parents home for 30 yand i need to know more about it.
    Can anybody help me with the age of it etc.

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    1. Olga1972 Olga1972, 7 years ago
      "30 years ago"
    2. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 7 years ago
      Right. This is the iconic 1905 image of Lillian Nordica, a famous opera singer of the day, who was one of the first Coca-Cola girls. Ooo-la-la. Many ad pieces were manufactured showing this pose of Dame Lillian holding a ostrictch feather fan, lovingly gazing up a glass of Delicious and Refreshing. Calendars, bookmarks, coupon-ads, signs... Olga, Yours unfortunately is not one of them. Mr. Fifties is correct, your poster is a reproduction item. Still, since it was your grandparents', it has sentimental value and would look nice framed for display. earlycoke.com has a great reference page which mentions your poster:
      http://earlycoke.com/a-guide-to-fakes-and-fantasy-items.html

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