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ALO (Charles Hallo)
Chemin de Fer De Paris A Orleans Collonges [Hotel de Friac]

1933

US$2,500

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Alo. (Georges Hallo) Chemin de Fer De Paris A Orleans Collonges [Hotel de Friac] 1933.Color lithograph He is best known as the author of many tourist posters on behalf of several private railway companies (PO , PLM, companies North , East , State Network ), but has also made illustrations other advertising materials . His signature is characteristic : ALO . Ref: Affiches Touristiques; Hallo and Finon p.65 pl 85.

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