Col de Bavella Corse France PLM

Col de Bavella Corse France PLM original poster designed by Cossard, Adolphe (1880-1952)
This is a genuine vintage poster titled "Col de Bavella Corse France PLM" designed by Cossard, Adolphe (1880-1952).
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Designer: Cossard, Adolphe (1880-1952)
Country: France
Decade: 1920
Dimensions:100 x 62.5 cm | 39.37 x 24.61 inches
Condition: Very good | | B +
Linen backed
Publisher:PLM - Chemins de fer Paris-Lyon-Méditerranée
Printed by:J.E.Goossens, Paris
Category: Travel

This is an original vintage French travel poster issued in 1928 by PLM to promote "The Col de Bavella" in Corsica, France.

The poster features a rendering by Adolphe Cossard, depicting a breathtaking scene from Col de Bavella with towering mountains and majestic pine and beech trees.

The Col de Bavella (in Corsican Foci di Bavedda) is a renowned Corsican pass between Aléria and Sartène. Famous for its extraordinary mountain scenery, the Bavella drive is one of the most popular attractions in Corsica. This unforgettable 75 km route showcases the island’s diverse landscapes, offering a plethora of scenic sights.

The poster is in very good condition, with some age wear and small tears. It has been professionally mounted on linen, ensuring its preservation as a stunning piece of travel history.

This is an Authentic Original Vintage Poster from its time. It's not a new reproduction.
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