I have a pretty awesome print of a vintage poster for traveling in Malaysia that I bought at the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. I think I left it at my parents' place though, since I don't have any more room on my walls.
I have one in the guest bedroom I got off ebay. It says, fittingly, "Chicago, the vacation city" with an old drawn image of the shoreline with a fab lady in a hat in the foreground. I saw it originally at the Lincoln Antique Mall (is that what its called? On Irving Park) framed for $200 and I got the same size, framed, on ebay for $90. I get tons of compliments on it too. It's here, and I think this was the same seller...http://cgi.ebay.com/CHICAGO-VACATION-ILLINOIS-VINTAGE-POSTER_W0QQitemZ230163150360QQihZ013QQcategoryZ28009QQtcZphotoQQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
what's a fine art glicee?
The Canadian Pacific Railway was a prolific source of this kind of art. Here's an archive. http://www.cprheritage.com/photo_graphics/graphicgallery.htmCanadian Pacific Hotels (now Fairmont Hotels) sell many of them through their shops and online.http://www.cpstores.com/giftshop.asp?cat_id=1Some of them are so gorgeous.
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