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Lago di Como

YEAR:
ca. 1900
SIZE:
39 1/4x27 1/2 inches (100 x 70 cm)
REFERENCE NUMBER:
4167

DESCRIPTION:

Paddlewheel boats have been operated on Lake Como since the 1820s. The Como went into service in 1874, officially designated as a Salon Paddle Steamer. She was demolished in 1953. Although this poster dates from the turn-of-the-century, it has a bold design and a style that belies its early date. The image on this poster is still used today on the cover of the timetables for sailings by the Lariana Company on Lake Como.

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