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    Plombières (1931). Very Fine+ on Linen. French Travel Poster (30" X 42") "Enterirtis, Rhumatism, Healed in Plombières," Jean D'Yen Artwork.
    Famed for their therapeutic hot springs across France, commune of Plombières often attracted travelers with promises of curing such common problems as enteritis and rheumatoid arthritis. So well regarded were the lauded baths that Plombières enjoyed visits from some of France's most notable historical figures, such as Montaigne, Voltaire, Napoleon, and Josephine de Beauharnais, among many others. Making its first appearance at Heritage, this stone litho poster has had no touchup applied and shows only a thin printing crease, a minor tear, and slight warping to the linen. Very Fine+ on Linen.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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