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Weimer Pursell, Chicago World's Fair, A Century of Progress - Hall of Science - Numbered Limited Edition

Exceptional quality reproduction of this 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair Poster, a Century of Progress. True to the vivid colors of the original vintage poster.

Held in Chicago from 1933 through 1934, the World's Fair drew an estimated 48 million people. "A Century of Progress" celebrated color and lighting, influenced by the great depression of the time. Rather than focusing on architecture, the fair focused on scientific and technological progress and the manufacturing processes behind them, hence the motto: "Science Finds, Genius Invents, Industry Applies, Man Adapts." This was the first fair in American history that paid for itself.

22 x 33 inches

A Giclee numbered edition of 1,000.

Printed on archival quality paper with high quality inks.











Our limited edition giclée poster reproductions were meticulously reproduced side by side with the original vintage poster, each giclée is authentic to its original in color, detail and character included in the original artwork.  Poster Plus limited edition giclées are printed on high quality acid free papers using archival inks.  
Custom sized giclée reproductions available.  Please contact us with your request and we can begin the process of creating a custom-sized poster for you.    * Please allow additional time for the creation of your custom printing.

Costs for creating a custom sized giclée poster reproduction typically range from a minimum of $75 for a ~16" x 20" size to $900 for a ~40" x 60" reproduction.
Poster Plus custom edition giclées are printed on the same high quality acid free papers using archival inks as our limited edition giclée reproductions