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Maurice Chevalier

Arguably one of the most famous singers of the 1950s, French-born Maurice Chevalier certainly knew how to steal the show. Known as the inventor of the "One Man Show", Chevalier was a master of the stage. Chevalier was not just a singer, but an actor and entertainer to boot. Name any instrument, song, or dance-- and Chevalier knew how to deliver.

In this gorgeous die-cut, gold-hue window card Chevalier is showcasing his very own brand of cherry liqueur. How divine! Fantastic artwork by Roger de Valerio. Printed by Devambez, Paris. This little work of art is the perfect pop of yellow for your favorite wall. 

Condition: Very Good. Minor border wear. Bright colors as issued. 

Year: c.1934 - 88 years old

Size: 6.0" x 8.0" (15cm x 20cm)