1910 National Mazda Lamps Vintage "New Prices" Electricity Poster
PRINTED BY: Otis Litho Co. Cleveland Ohio
AGE: c. 1910, lithograph
CONDITION: A, Linen Mounted, Machine folded for distribution
This early original American light bulb poster was printed to promote the sales of light bulbs, earlier known as lamps. Depicted are the new prices of light bulbs starting at 27 cents for a 10 watt bulb, promoting a carton of bulbs. The poster also depicts a man and woman in the fashion of the times.
The Otis Litho Co. is known for its high standard of quality printing and was regularly used by the film industry to produce early movie posters. General Electric introduced standard fitting sizes for tungsten incandescent lamps under the Mazda trademark in 1909 and this was soon in use all across the United States.
We are fortunate to have this rare historical American Poster in our collection, have never seen it before in our travels. The poster is archivally linen backed and ready for framing. We only have this one.
Size: 24.5 x 37.5 inches
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