Authentic Vintage Posters

Loterie Nationale

The French Loterie has a long history. King Francis of France debuted the Loterie Royale in 1539, however over the decades public opinions shifted and the lottery suffered from a series of closures. After a long absence, the lottery was revived in 1933 by a government in need of funds. A notable French artist, Edgard Derouet (who studied with famed poster designer Paul Colin), was commissioned to create a campaign to promote the new venture. Derouet did not disappoint, and the famous "jumping man" campaign was born. These French Lottery posters are whimsical and fun, and we hope you enjoy browsing the collection. 

Loterie Nationale "Les Mots Historiques" (1961) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale (1958) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale - Moissons (1939) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale Arts Menager (1938) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale Aviation (1939) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale Fleurs (1939) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale Grand Prix (1939) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale,  Hervé Morvan (1970) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale, Grand Prix de Paris (1963) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale, Prix d'Amérique (1970s) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale- "Tranche des Vacances" (1956) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster
Loterie Nationale- Happy Winners! (1938) - Original and Authentic Vintage Poster

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