[Two 1930s French Billheads for Nestle Chocolates]. Anonymous designer.
[Two 1930s French Billheads for Nestle Chocolates]

[Two 1930s French Billheads for Nestle Chocolates]

Paris: J. Simon (printer), n.d. [ca. 1933]. No stated edition. Two unbound sheets. Two unused French billheads for Nestle chocolates.  One is headed by a bucolic illustration of a milkmaid and dairy cow, printed in red and green.  Its verso promotes the health advantages of sugar in the diet of children ("les touts-petits"). The other advertises on its verso the third series of the "Merveilles du Monde" gummed stamps ("timbres-vignettes") that children could collect and mount in albums, as well as the prizes that might be found in the Nestle chocolate bars Gala, Peter, Cailler, and Kohler. Fine. Item #30485

Printed on newsprint, which is lightly age browned.  Ca. 5 x 7 1/2 and 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches.  Very crisp. Sold as a group. Can be sent outside the US for less than the default shipping rate.

Price: $25.00

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