European Popular Culture

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Homogeneous collection of 21 Italian confectionary cards by Ciccolato “La Filarete” of Milan titled Le Nostre Colonie in Africa Orientale. T

Price: $630.00

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Collection of 20 Italian confectionary cards on the war in Abyssinia. T

Price: $600.00

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Homogeneous collection of 23 Italian confectionary cards on the war in Abyssinia. T

Price: $690.00

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Homogeneous collection of 10 Italian confectionary cards on Abyssinia. T

Price: $300.00

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Homogeneous collection of 36 Italian confectionary cards on the war in Ethiopia. T

Price: $1080.00

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Collection of 54 Italian cards by different confectioners (but the same series and artist) on the war in Ethiopia. T

Price: $1620.00

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Italian fascist childrens game LA GUERRA D'ETIOPIA by Santagostino. Measuring 70x48cm. 1936. N

Price: $600.00

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Complete issue of Les Hommes du Jour from November 14, 1935 with the cover caption Sauf Erreur, Cet Abyssin, quell lache!.

Price: $70.00

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Three very rare set of postcards by Aurelio Bertiglia on the Italian invasion of Ethiopia. N

Price: $140.00

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Complete set of 6 postcards by Aurelio Bertiglia on the Italian invasion of Ethiopia. N

Price: $200.00

Note: Aurelio Bertiglia was born in Turin, 23 June 1891. He was an illustrator, commercial artist, caricaturist, graphic designer (musical scores, commercial and publicity graphics), fashion designer and painter. Mainly self-taught, from the age of fourteen he was very active in producing postcards and he also worked for German publishers. Postcards: several series of children, several series of little women and during 1915 - 1918 several anti-Austrian caricatures. What is interesting is that in World War 1 he did anti-German art and then reversed in World War 2.