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Vintage aviation poster "Flying Monkeys" - Jersey Airways - High Definition - matte paper 230gr/m2

Sale price€29,90 EUR
In stock
Size: Size 1 - 20x30cm / 8x12 inch
  • High Definition digital file (300 dpi).
  • High quality paper (>230g/m²).
  • 3mm overhang on the poster for an elegant look.
  • 24/48 hour shipping - perfectly packaged and protected.
  • Frame not included (optional).

A high definition reproduction of the advertising poster " I'd prefer JERSEY AIRWAYS"

Jersey Airways was an airline which operated air services to and from the Channel Islands from 1933 until 1947, when it became part of British European Airways.

The poster features a motley troupe of animals (monkeys, dogs and pigs) in a rudimentary propeller plane. One of the occupants seems to complain about the malfunction of the aircraft, while in the sky passes a magnificent Havilland DH.84 Dragon 2, the spearhead plane of the Jersey Airways company.

A poster that will give a tasteful retro touch to your interior!

 This Vintage Jersey Airways poster is printed in 300 dpi high definition quality on high-end paper >250g/m2 - Frame Not Included (optional).

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