1940's LARGE Esquire Magazine Original
Antique USPS Postal Worker Deco Poster
Printed by: Esquire Magazine, photo offset
Condition: B condition, linen mounted, tear with no paper loss on bottom, must be scrutinized closely to see with linen backing.
We purchased 5 wonderful old original Esquire Magazine Cartoon posters years ago and they have been in our personal collection, recently linen backed for our site. They are large, bright and beautiful. We have never seen them offered anywhere before, and really know nothing of their past history. They are by well known Esquire forties graphic illustrators, all unsigned.
This poster may be by well known African American illustrator E. Simms Campbell, graphic designer, poster artist, and cartoon artist, as it resembles his Esquire and "Cuties" series work greatly. Do you know?
This poster shows a young woman in bed with an African American postal carrier entering the room. She has bedsheets pulled up tightly to cover herself. He is saying, "No Letters this morning Miss Larson" There is an erotic painting of a nude woman on her wall, in upper right, and 2 stylish art deco lamps. The poster is archivally linen backed and ready for framing. A rare and uncommon piece.
See all of our 5 vintage Esquire posters on our site at this link.
Size: 28 x 40 inches
You'll deal directly with gallery owner Debra in your purchase: USPS Priority Shipping is FREE in US, Reduced rate for International USPS Priority shipping. We have a 100% approval policy. We want you to be happy with your poster purchase. A signed COA (Certificate of Authenticity) is included with each poster purchase. Debra has been selling original vintage antique posters on the web since 1995. We do not sell reproductions, only authentic antique posters.