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1913 Vintage Vogue Magazine Cover Poster

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Treasured prints rescued from a vintage Vogue poster book. These were a compilation of beautiful Vogue Magazine covers from the 1910's and 1920's put together in a poster book printed in the 1970s. This poster page is from a May 15, 1913 Vogue magazine cover issue titled, "Summer Homes and their Furnishings" Poster is In beautiful vintage condition. Poster measures approx. 11.25" x 15.25.

It looks wonderful framed and matted. Very striking and elegant. (see example)
> Matted Version - Double matted with black interior and wide white frame
(see photo 3 for example of how the poster would look matted)

> No Matt: This poster is SOLD WITHOUT the frame matting.
(Photo 4, is the poster unframed that is being sold.)

> Posters is printed on heavy glossy paper and has been created for framing plates.

Great decor for your home or give it as a gift. It would make a perfect girlfriend gift or mother's day gift.
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Introduction by Diana Vreeland on Vogue Covers

Once upon a time there were ladies who were totally secure within their own environment. They smiled into their mirrors and walked into the world each day, squinting, pouting, smiling, sometimes laughing and all unseeing any ugliness that had surrounded all societies from the beginning of time. These ladies, so amusing and delicious, illustrated on these covers of Vogue, were the illusion of dreaming.

Femininity - prancing and dancing sometimes with eyes like sliding lozenges, sometimes round and childlike staring into nothing at all in their own special world of endless leisure. "They toil not - neither do they spin." They were the lilies of the field.

These ladies were a constant and lovely surprise. They were alive to us, who so avidly devoured the exciting pages of Vogue. They held one spellbound at the corner newsstand. One drank in their remote and enticing suggestions of parasols, and billowing skirts blowing against endlessly long legs, against scarlet skies and turquoise, Japanese seas.

The moods they evoked piqued the imagination and one dreamed further. The re-action became part of one and on and on. Life was such a wonderment of grace and fantasy.

These lovely ladies owned the world - the fields, the seas, the skies where they sat in the rim of new moon, or shared their mirror with a peacock. Nothing was confining, nothing had a hard edge --no limits, all the earth became ones' dreaming world.

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1913 Vintage Vogue Magazine Cover Poster


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