antique Italian Napoli 1920s Rotogravure Photo Illustration To Frame

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In the 1920s the government of Italy commissioned photographer Fernando Pasta to produce a series of photographs of Italy to promote tourism. I have been fortunate to come across a large packet of these scarce prints, which will be listed in ImSoVintage.

This print is of Napoli.

Condition: good with bends at two of the corners and one small edge tear that do not affect the image.

This is an original print on heavy card stock style paper. Blank on the reverse side.

overall page 14 1/2" x 10 1/4"
actual print 10 1/2" x 8 1/4"

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