12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923

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Original 6 of 12 lithographic reproductions of posters printed in 1923 on heavy card, printed in red, black and gray.
Rare portfolio of 6 posters by Julius Klinger, Viennese graphic artist and poster designer. 

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12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
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12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
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12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
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12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923

 

12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923

 

12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
12 Klinger Plakate, Julius Klinger Posters (6 of 12), 1923
Part of a set of twelve original posters designed by Austrian commercial artist, Julius Klinger.
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