“Paris Easter Eggs are strictly bogus” is the theme of this 1946 vintage magazine picture. It features a mother and child looking at an Easter egg shop window. Because chocolate is unavailable and there is a scarcity of eggs, cardboard copies were made. The other photos is a chalk notification at a Paris Sidewalk Café. There are explanations of the pictures below the photo.
The picture is on a 10x7 page and in b&w. It is in very good condition with staple pulls at extreme bottom edge. Please see the scan.
Vintage advertisements and articles are becoming more and more collectible for their nostalgia look and unique eye-appeal. They also are suitable for framing and are becoming more scarce as the supply of vintage paper products continues to decrease.
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