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Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French

Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French
Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French
Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French
Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French
Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French
Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French
Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French

Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French

DESIGN AND LITHO IN USA BY KAISER GRAPHIC ARTS, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. APPROXIMATELY THE 35 INCHES TO 24 INCHES in size. Wrinkles at the upper and lower edges, few tiny short tears at the upper right corner, fold line at the bottom right corner, otherwise a very clean lovely item from 1960. The original owner received these posters in a mailing tube from the Olympic Committee and probably never ever touched them. Note: We do have the same poster also in English, in German and in Italian.

If you are interested in all the posters please do let us know. The 1960 Winter Olympics was a winter multi-sport event. Held between February 1828, 1960 in Squaw Valley, California. Squaw Valley was chosen to host the Games at the 1956 meeting of the International Olympic Committee. It was designed to be intimate, allowing spectators and competitors to walk to nearly all the venues. Squaw Valley hosted athletes from thirty nations who competed in four sports and twenty-seven events. The organizers decided the bobsled. Events did not warrant the cost to build a venue, so for the first and only time bobsled was not on the Winter Olympic program. Dominated the medal count winning twenty-one medals, seven of which were gold.

Soviet speed skaters Yevgeny Grishin. Won two gold medals each. Added a gold and silver to the four medals he won at the 1956 Winter Games.

Politics forced the IOC to debate the participation of China, Taiwan, North Korea and East Germany. In 1957 the United States government threatened to deny visas to athletes from Communist. The IOC responded with a threat to revoke Squaw Valley's right to host the 1960 Games. The United States conceded and allowed entry to athletes from Communist countries. Please do see the sample pics and our other similar posters.

International rates are much higher. We appreciate to have your feedback too. Thanks for browsing this listing. The item "ORIGINAL POSTER SQUAW VALLEY LAKE TAHOE 1960 OLYMPICS KAISER RARE IN FRENCH" is in sale since Tuesday, February 21, 2017. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters". The seller is "turn-key" and is located in Oakland, California.

This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Subject: Famous Places
  • Style: Vintage
  • Size: 35X24
  • Signed?: Unsigned
  • Framed/Unframed: Unframed
  • Size Type/Largest Dimension: Large (Greater than 30in.)
  • Material: Paper
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969


Original Poster Squaw Valley Lake Tahoe 1960 Olympics Kaiser Rare In French