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Teppaz - I Bring Joy - Green

Teppaz - I Bring Joy - Green

ID# 13777
Alain Gauthier
C1960
62" x 45"
(157cm x 114cm)
Regular price $2,000 USD
Regular price Sale price $2,000 USD
Sale Sold out

The universal love for Teppaz record players is evident in this fun midcentury poster. A purple-haired girl lays down atop music notes, a record player in hand. Her dress is covered in the flags of the many countries a Teppaz product can be found in. The phrase, "I Bring Joy" floats around her in multiple languages.

The Teppaz Company was founded in 1931 by Marcel Teppaz in Lyon, France. It rose to its peak production with its Oscar model, an affordable portable record player that was immensely popular with teenagers. That same Oscar player is what is being advertised in this poster.

This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters

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