|Designer:||Photo: Georg Neumann|
|Dimensions:||74 x 50.8 cm | 29.13 x 20 inches|
|Condition:||Very good/excellent | | A-/B+|
|Publisher:||Deutschen Reiseverkehr (RDV)|
|Printed by:||Kupfertiefdruck von H. Osterwald, Hannover|
Presenting an original vintage railway poster issued by Die Reichsbahnzentrale für den Deutschen Reiseverkehr (RDV), a company established by the German Reichsbahn to promote railway-based tourism. Initially, RDV focused on encouraging travel from abroad to Germany, later expanding to promote domestic travel within the country.
This captivating poster features a photograph of the Neuschwanstein Castle, a 19th-century historicist palace perched atop a rugged hill in the foothills of the Alps, situated in the southernmost region of Germany, just north of Austria. This architectural marvel was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, who envisioned it as a tribute to medieval culture and monarchy, a world he held in high regard and sought to emulate.
In very good condition, this poster exhibits only minor signs of wear, preserving its vintage allure.