Another gem produced to mark the re-opening of the O’Connell Tower, this one derives from the ‘attraction’ posters popular in Dublin at the time the Tower was being built (1855), a time before the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty. Indeed, the view from the Tower at the time was one only otherwise possible from a hot air balloon.
A companion piece to 'Monday Story’ poster, another official poster exclusively created by Brand Artillery for Glasnevin Cemetery. Also printed lithographically on exceptional 170gm Munken Pure Rough paper, perfect for framing.
€11.95 (this price does not include shipping which is calculated on weight and location) Shipped in a sturdy tube complete with unique address label.
Size: 594mm high x 334mm wide (23.38 inches x 13.14 inches)
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