1930s CATANO MEXICAN HAT DANCE&FIESTA~ARRIBA JALISCO
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Sold Date: 05/26/2010
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
DESCRIPTION: Guaranteed 100% old and original. You are bidding on a unique and scarce vintage Mexican/ Latino calendar art print, "Arriba Jalisco", signed Eduardo Catano. Printed in Mexico, Pyasa Lito Leosa, 1939. Measures 12 x 15 inches, excellent condition with bright, pristine colors . Rare image, hard to find. Printed for the Latin American calendar market carefully stored for the past 60+ years! Mexican calendar art is rare/ hard to find since most was destroyed after the calendar companies went out of business.GUARANTEE: Guaranteed old and as described, not a newer reprint or reproduction. Be sure to check seller's other auctions for more vintage calendar art including Mexican, pin up, children, cabin art etc. SHIPPING: All items are professionally packaged and will be sent priority/ insured. Flat rate for first item is $6.95, no additional charge for multiple items in the same package. The only exception is large cardboard calendars or other items that need to packaged flat can not be mailed with larger items that need to be rolled. International buyers please note - all items are sent Priority which includes insurance. It is more expensive than Air Mail, so please contact me for rates. Will combine items to save on cost of postage.
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