PRINTED BY: Otis Litho Company, Cleveland, Ohio
AGE: c 1920`s, lithograph
CONDITION: B, Linen Mounted, Machine folded for distribution
Early on, General Electric used the name Mazda on their lamps and then created manufacturing specifications that all American lamp makers could adhere, as in, they standardized light bulbs in the United States. The art work is very good and the image is a finely printed lihtography by a well known printing house, Otis Litho Company. Otis Litho was known for its high standard of quality printing and was regularly used by the film industry to produce early movie posters.
This is a wonderful old image, rare and uncommon. It would be great in a children's room or for the advertising collector. We have never seen or had this before, and is a wonderful early American antique Advertising horizontal piece. The poster is archivally linen backed and ready for framing. We only have this one.
Size: 27.5 x 42 inches
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