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    A glamorous lady enjoys Bond’s favourite cocktail in this 1951 ad for Martini. Lounging in the sun, her joyous expression speaks to a France embarking on an economic boom after the stresses of war and austerity. Her optimistic eyes must have been a tonic for a nation finding its feet again. Her body dissolving into the pure white of the background suggests hope and innocence. This vintage poster will surely dazzle wherever it’s displayed, creating an ambience of effortless relaxation.

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    Martini

    $1280,00

    A glamorous lady enjoys Bond’s favourite cocktail in this 1951 ad for Martini. Lounging in the sun, her joyous expression speaks to a France embarking on an economic boom after the stresses of war and austerity. Her optimistic eyes must have been a tonic for a nation finding its feet again. Her body dissolving into the pure white of the background suggests hope and innocence. This vintage poster will surely dazzle wherever it’s displayed, creating an ambience of effortless relaxation.

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    This ad for Martini was published in 1953 and illustrated by the great Brunetta Mateldi. Born in Italy in 1904, she distinguished herself as an iconic fashion illustrator, her work often centring on hats. Her impressionistic depictions of fashionable women were rendered in a sharp and ironic style and garnered her much praise, including prestigious exhibitions of her work in Italy. Mateldi once said her art allowed her ‘to drink up the eyes, noses, mouths, arms, feet and everything else of other people—beautiful, ugly, good or bad’.

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    Martini

    $1160,00

    This ad for Martini was published in 1953 and illustrated by the great Brunetta Mateldi. Born in Italy in 1904, she distinguished herself as an iconic fashion illustrator, her work often centring on hats. Her impressionistic depictions of fashionable women were rendered in a sharp and ironic style and garnered her much praise, including prestigious exhibitions of her work in Italy. Mateldi once said her art allowed her ‘to drink up the eyes, noses, mouths, arms, feet and everything else of other people—beautiful, ugly, good or bad’.

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    Taken from the pages of a genuine French magazine, this ad from 1953 has a moody, noir theme as glowing lights shine out from behind the Martini logo and a Martini bottle. Bond favourite, the Martini cocktail was emblematic of the consumer boom after the second world war, as more and more French citizens aspired to a wealthy lifestyle. Display this ad anywhere and it will create a stylish ambience, transporting your guests to the optimistic years of post-war France.

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    Martini Apéritif

    $890,00

    Taken from the pages of a genuine French magazine, this ad from 1953 has a moody, noir theme as glowing lights shine out from behind the Martini logo and a Martini bottle. Bond favourite, the Martini cocktail was emblematic of the consumer boom after the second world war, as more and more French citizens aspired to a wealthy lifestyle. Display this ad anywhere and it will create a stylish ambience, transporting your guests to the optimistic years of post-war France.

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    This iconic ad from 1953 is a quirky Art Deco piece. In it, the devil offers that most famous cocktail, Bond favourite Martini, to an angel- who succumbs to temptation. The comedy of the piece and the simplicity of the forms has a strong flavour of legendary post-war poster artist Raymond Savignac. Imbibe this cunning little ad for a devil’s drink, a demonic beverage. It will set the mood in any lounge or kitchen, especially if you’re the soiree type.

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    Martini National Contest Poster

    $910,00

    This iconic ad from 1953 is a quirky Art Deco piece. In it, the devil offers that most famous cocktail, Bond favourite Martini, to an angel- who succumbs to temptation. The comedy of the piece and the simplicity of the forms has a strong flavour of legendary post-war poster artist Raymond Savignac. Imbibe this cunning little ad for a devil’s drink, a demonic beverage. It will set the mood in any lounge or kitchen, especially if you’re the soiree type.

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    James Bond’s preferred cocktail- Martini- stuns the viewer in this 1955 ad. The bottle glistens; it casts a placid shadow on the floor. Add a dose of spy sophistication to any wall with this suave piece of vintage art from France’s classy 1950s. After war and austerity, the nation attempted a return to refinement as those drab years gave way to an economic boom. One of the world’s best-loved cocktails, Martini’s iconic advertising has earned it a place in history.

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    Martini Rossi

    $890,00

    James Bond’s preferred cocktail- Martini- stuns the viewer in this 1955 ad. The bottle glistens; it casts a placid shadow on the floor. Add a dose of spy sophistication to any wall with this suave piece of vintage art from France’s classy 1950s. After war and austerity, the nation attempted a return to refinement as those drab years gave way to an economic boom. One of the world’s best-loved cocktails, Martini’s iconic advertising has earned it a place in history.

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