This is not a reproduction. It is an original Shanghai cigarette advertisement lithograph made in the 1930s. It was purchased at an auction of a collector. Reproductions are easily found. This is not. It advertises American Victory cigarettes and features a beautiful Asian women smoking, which was a new thing in China. The 20s found Shanghai becoming westernized and having a women's movement where women started smoking and wearing glamorous clothes as they did in Hollywood. This poster is 30 x 20" and is made on thick paper with metal poster clips on the top and bottom. Unfortunately, this one has a tear on the top right about 4" long, a small tear towards the bottom right and a couple of slight creases. Framing it could hide the tear. The price is adjusted for that. The back is barely yellowed. free shipping in the US
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