DUBONNET | FRANCE
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A vintage print featuring a 1937 advertisement for aperitif Dubonnet
The aperitif was invented in 1846 by Paris chemist Joseph Dubonnet as an entry into a competition run by the government to find a way of persuading French Foreign Legionnaires in North Africa to drink quinine - an ingredient of Dubonnet which also combats malaria but is very bitter.
Available as an archival quality reproduction in 9 standard metric sizes in the following formats: an unframed print; a framed print; a stretched canvas; a canvas floating frame. Frames are available in white, natural oak, chocolate oak and black sustainable timber.
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