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Polish film poster

My Brother Has a Cool Brother | Poland | 1975

£300
description
Original vintage Polish film poster
country
Poland
artist
Maria Mucha Ihnatowicz
year
1975
condition
A | Near Mint - Minimal wear with some creasing & minor border wear. Was factory folded, now stored flat.
dimensions
78 x 58 / 31" x 23"
technique
Offset lithography
carbon footprint
Approximately 67kg. Read more.

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