Original Victoria Poster

Germany, c. 1900s
30 x 18 in (76 x 46 cm)
ID #FF12B-N-139 PK7
Original Victoria

The company "Mundlos & Schulz" was founded in Magdeburg in 1863. In 1883 they launched their first sewing machine, Victoria. After they released 5 more models under the same name, these machines won the company several awards. The badge being held by the woman in the poster is the trademark the company used after 1913.

Artist: Fritz Schneller Nurnberg

Condition: Water stain along the left side, minor tears along the edges.

Please note that this poster can be linen-backed on canvas for an additional charge. Email postermuseum@gmail.com for more information.

250-500 foreign german germany machine original posters poster print prints quality sewing size-30x18 victoria vintage

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