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Oberpfaffendorfer - OJ Nectar - Vintage poster ad with bird drinking orange juice (circa 1910's) - by Curio & Co. (Curio and Co. OG)

49.95 EUR

OJ Nectar

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The first thing you want to do when you move in to a new place is get something up on the walls. You’ll feel at home that way with something cheerful to look at, and it will make the colossal job of unpacking that much better.

And ideally, this is what you want to see. 

This vintage ad from Oberpfaffendorfer is just the trick. With the clean lines of 1954 and the fresh color palette of orange and blues, you’ll wake up fresher and with more energy. Plus, just the idea of orange juice will make you feel healthier, even if you don’t drink it.

This reproduction of the original Oberpfaffendorfer ad is part of a rare edition of giclée prints.

Each print carries an official Curio & Co. stamp and comes with an embossed Certificate of Authenticity. For more information on product materials and packaging, click here.

Of course, the best part is that you don’t even need a new home. With this beautiful print, you’ll feel like you’ve just moved in, no matter how long you’ve lived there.

General Details

Year: Reproduced in 2012 from 1954 original

Material: Giclée print

Paper: Hahnemühle museum quality acid-free paper

Size: 26.7 x 33.0 cm (10.5 x 13 in)

Image Size: 20.32 x 28.6 cm (8 x 11.25 in)


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Founded in the early 1900s, Oberpfaffendorfer is a family-run company manufacturing packaged foods. With roots in German-speaking Switzerland, the company is as known for its family loyalty as it is for its packaged “comfort food.” Oberpfaffendorfer fully embraced the frozen food market in the 1950s, and some of its popular products include Neptune Nibblets and its Croquettes. The company slogan, “We’re a mouthful!” plays on the company’s difficult-to-pronounce name, as well as its reputation for hearty food.


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