|Designer:||Hansen, Aage Sikker (1897-1955)|
|Dimensions:||60 x 83 cm | 23.62 x 32.68 inches|
|Condition:||Mint | | A|
|Printed by:||Permild & Rosengreen, Copenhagen.|
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This iconic and famous original authentic poster promotes the Danish coffee brand Cirkel, an emblem of classic post-war FDB.
The Cirkel coffee girl has become a cherished symbol, not only representing the coffee itself but also embodying the essence of post-war FDB. Regarded as possibly the most renowned coffee poster in Denmark, she holds a saintly image in the hearts of coffee lovers.
In 2004, Cirkelpigen (The Circle Girl) received the Classic Prize from the Danish Design Center, honored for bringing art into the everyday lives of coffee-drinking Danes for nearly half a century. Her stunningly lovely and simple profile remains captivating, continuing to fulfill her purpose with timeless grace even after 49 years since her creation.
Cirkel Kaffe, one of Denmark's oldest coffee brands, has its origins dating back to 1896 when FDB – Fællesforeningen for Danmarks Brugsforeninger – was established. Originally known as FDB-kaffe, it was later rebranded as the renowned Cirkelkaffe in 1938.
Preserved in excellent condition, this poster stands as a cherished representation of Danish culture and art, offering a glimpse into the rich history of Cirkel coffee and its beloved iconic character.