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  • Montreal 1976 Olympics
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    Raymond Bellemare

    Montreal 1976 Olympics

    $200.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 24 x 33 inches

    "One might expect this to pop up as an example of controversial work: the image, meant to appeal to the nation’s youth, zooms in on a jean jacket pinned with a number of buttons, including one bearing a marijuana leaf icon. But in Canada’s original Trudeau epoch, no one batted an eye, says Bellmare." Azure Magazine

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  • Great Ideas of Western Man / George Santayana.
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    Year: 1970

    Size: 30 x 45 inches

    Produced by the Container Corps of America, this poster is part of a series dedicated to the Great Ideas of Western/Eastern Man. In this particular image, the Surrealist artist Magritte illustrates George Santayana's great truth in The Life of Reason: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

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  • Montreal 1976 Olympics / Amik
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    Laroche, Pelletier, Saint-Arnaud

    Montreal 1976 Olympics / Amik

    $200.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 25 x 38 inches

    This poster features Amik, the mascot of the 1976 Summer Olympics. "In the Algonquin language, amik means "beaver." A national competition was held to name it. The beaver or "amik" was chosen as mascot because it is an animal strongly associated with Canada, the country where the games were held. The beaver also represents hard work." - Wikipedia

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  • Babe Ruth Had It.
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    John Alcorn

    Babe Ruth Had It.

    $100.00

    Year: 1971.

    Size: 25 x 38 in./63.5 x 96.5 cm

    Condition: A

    Printed in 1971, it is an advertisement for the Union Camp printing company, and showcases a bright slice of Americana with the legendary Babe Ruth front and center. This would be perfect for a little boy's room or a sports fan's area. With the caption "Babe Ruth Had It," the poster highlights the greatness of one of our nation's most talented athletes.

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  • Lake Placid / Olympics 1980.
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    Jack Bajart

    Lake Placid / Olympics 1980.

    $100.00

    Year: 1978

    Size: 26 x 19 1/2 inches

    Printed for the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, New York, it is a fabulous addition to any Olympics collection. It features a bobsled speeding down the track. The camera doesn't really pick this up, but it is printed on a thick metallic paper–so it really captures the light beautifully in person.

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  • Palais d'été: maquette
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    Adolphe Crespin

    Palais d'été: maquette

    $5,500.00

    Year: 1896

    Size: 11 1/2 x 16 3/8

    Condition: Watercolor and ink maquette. FRAMED

    The Palais d’Eté was Brussels' answer to Paris' Palais de Glace—a large-scale indoor ice rink with various performances and attractions. “Burned in 1891, rebuilt in 1894, it could hold 500 people—and was later enlarged. The first floor gallery was decorated by Crespin. The celebrated Loïe Fuller performed there in 1894, and in 1897 a ‘Bioscope’ cinema sequence was the finale of the evening’s performance” (Belle Epoque 1970, p. 39). In this inviting maquette by Crespin and Duyck, there is less text than in the finalized version, allowing us to appreciate the whorls and subdued tones of the composition.

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  • Championnats du Monde de Tir
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    H. Czarnecki

    Championnats du Monde de Tir

    $1,850.00

    Year: 1937

    Size: 13 3/4 x 22 1/8 inches

    Condition: A- / unobtrusive folds

    Old World meets New World Order in this Czarnecki promotion for this Helsinki world-class target-shooting championship. One has to imagine that more than the bragging rights for archery were on the line in this tournament, but merging Art Deco with one of the world’s more traditional forms of precision hunting and combat—especially considering what weaponry World War Two was about to unleash—was truly an inspired choice.

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  • New Haven R.R. / Ski
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    Sasha Maurer

    New Haven R.R. / Ski

    $1,500.00

    Year: ca. 1940

    Szie: 27 5/8 x 41 3/8 in./70 x 105 cm

    Condition: A / FRAMED

    In its heyday, the New York, New Haven, & Hartford Railroad's main line sizzled with famous trains shuttling tycoons and business leaders between Boston's South Station and New York City's Grand Central Terminal. In the 1930s, the New Haven ordered a fleet of steam locomotives of the Hudson type (four lead wheels, six drivers, and four trailing wheels). These massive engines took advantage of the latest in steam technology, providing increased tractive effort and horsepower for more rapid acceleration and faster speed. Not that any of this would have mattered to this courteously overjoyed lad making his way towards the slopes, but he certainly would have appreciated the fairly instant gratification the fleet provided.

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  • Switzerland Invites You
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    Alois Carigiet

    Switzerland Invites You

    $1,800.00

    Year: 1948

    Size: 24 3/4 x 40 1/2 in./62.6 x 102.8 cm

    Condition: A

    Originally designed for the 1948 Winter Olympics in St. Moritz, this joyous image resounds just as well in a more generalized invitation to enjoy Switzerland's winter sports. The skier, rendered in bold crayon strokes, invokes victory beneath the Swiss flag from atop a mountain in the Alps.

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  • Mont-Genevre / Sports d'Hiver
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    Paul Brusset

    Mont-Genevre / Sports d'Hiver

    $1,300.00

    Year: ca. 1930

    Size: 24 1/2 x 39 in./62.3 x 99 cm

    Condition: A

    Separating France from Italy, the village of Mont-Genevre boasts half a year of snow, as noted at the bottom of this poster. Claiming to be one of France’s first ski resorts, it has a rich history of top-of-the-line winter activities, and at one point was a fortified area before becoming more welcoming of tourists.

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  • Kingston 1976
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    Raymond Bellemare

    Kingston 1976

    $200.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 23 x 33 1/4 inches

    This image was used to promote the 1976 Summer Olympics in Kingston. Shown are a fleet of boats riding waves the colors of the Olympic rings.

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  • Bienvenue au Monde! / Saint Denis.
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    Michel Quarez

    Bienvenue au Monde! / Saint Denis.

    $200.00

    Year: 1998

    Size: 23 3/4 x 17 in./60.3 x 43.2 cm

    This is a silkscreen poster by Michel Quarez. Printed in 1998, it was created to advertise the 1998 World Cup.

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  • Saint Denis 98
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    Michel Quarez

    Saint Denis 98

    $200.00

    Year: 1998

    23 3/4 x 17 inches

    This is a silkscreen poster by Michel Quarez. Printed in 1998, it was created to advertise the 1998 World Cup.

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  • Montreal 1976 Olympics
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    Francois Dallaire and Clermont Malenfant

    Montreal 1976 Olympics

    $200.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 24 x 33 inches

    Used to promote the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, the poster shows a  classical Greek woman holding a candle, with a modern-day runner speeding by with the torch in front of her.

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  • Montreal 1976 Olympics
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    Ernst Roch and Rolf Harder

    Montreal 1976 Olympics

    $200.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 24 x 30 inches

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  • Big “A”
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    Anonymous

    Big “A”

    $300.00

    Year: ca. 1970

    Size: 45 x 60 in./114.3 x 152.4 cm

    This poster advertises the Aqueduct Raceway in Queens, New York City.

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  • Mobil - Great Moments in Sports
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    Chermayeff & Geismar

    Mobil - Great Moments in Sports

    $200.00

    Year: 1980

    Size: 30 x 46 inches

    Printed ca. 1980, it was put out by PBS to advertise their Sunday night recaps of all the Great Moments in Sports. From hockey to baseball, football to horseracing, basketball to boxing, they covered all sports.

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