NSB - Norwegian State Railways - 100 years
Description: Norway's first railway was opened in 1854. It was built and run as a private company, although with some government ownership. Gunnar Østbøll had the winning design in the competition for NSB's anniversary poster. Title: "From afar» («Fra det Fjerne») The poster is mounted on linen. NSB Railway Centenary 1954 This is an Original Vintage Poster. It is not a reproduction.
Norge - Ski - Sol - Snø
Description: A classic Norwegian ski poster depicting a hand and a snow ball full of skiing activities. This poster is the second edition and a ski lift has been added. It's in a fantastic condition but a mended tear on the right edge is visible. Without this tear it would have been perfect. The poster will look great framed! This is an Original Vintage Poster. It is not a reproduction.
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1965 Oslo Norway Travel Poster by Knut Yran - Original Vintage Poster
A very nice mid-century travel poster encouraging people to visit Norway's "viking capital" - Oslo! One huge viking is presenting a number of well-known attractions from Oslo on a tray. The might red brick Oslo City Hall, the infamous Kon-Tiki raft, a viking ship and of cause the ski jump landmark "Holmenkollen". The background is wooden planks which is a very used material in Norway and really adds to the Scandinavian atmosphere. The poster was originally created for Scandinavian Airlines…
The 1952 Winter Olympic Games
In February 1952, a pound of coffee cost thirty seven cents, Louis St. Laurent was Canada's Prime Minister and one of the top news stories was the crash of National Airlines Flight 101 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. "An American In Paris" and "A Streetcar Named Desire" were nominated for Academy Awards, Johnny Ray and The Four Lads' song "Cry" topped the Billboard music charts and over sixty of the world's best figure skaters gathered in Oslo, Norway to compete for top honours at the 1952 Winter…