Original Yugoslav Poster Emblem of Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia
In 1945, the country became the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia (FPR Yugoslavia, FPRY), with the constitution coming into force in 1946, and in 1963 the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia, SFRY).
The state is most commonly referred to by this last full name (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), which is held for the longest period of all. Of the three Yugoslav languages, the Serbo-Croatian and Macedonian language name for the state was identical, while Slovene slightly differed in capitalization and the spelling of the adjective “Socialist”.
Early Yugoslav posters are very rare due to the fact that most of them were used by institutions. After the renaming of the country from FNRJ to SFRJ the largest part of the FNRJ posters were replaced with new ones. An extremely rare item that captures the essence of the time at its finest.
Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm.
Condition: Signs of folding, signs of aging and wear, tanned paper, multiple minor tears, attempted repairs, dog ears, mold on the backside.
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Note: This is an original poster. We don’t sell reproductions. This item will be shipped in a strong cardboard tube.