Advertising posters for airships from the mid-1930’s when they were the most stylish way to travel. All by the very gifted German illustrator Jupp Wiertz.

"En 2 Jours vers l'Ameriqué du Nord!" 1936.
“En 2 Jours vers l’Ameriqué du Nord!” 1936. Poster picturing the Hindenburg zeppelin (LZ-129) soaring over the skyscrapers of Manhattan from the year before the New Jersey crash. French version of the poster. Jupp Wiertz, illustrator (1881-1939). Image © Swann Galleries, New York. Fair use license. via https://catalogue.swanngalleries.com/auction-lot/JUPP-WIERTZ-(1881-1939).-EN-2-JOURS-VERS-L’AM&201;RIQUE-DU–2515+++++337+-++754846
"A Pleasant Trip to Germany." ca. 1935.
Jupp Wiertz (1888-1939) “A Pleasant Trip to Germany.” ca. 1935. Offset lithograph in colors backed on linen. Jupp Wiertz, illustrator (1888-1939). Image © CHRISTIE’S 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/jupp-wiertz-1888-1939-a-pleasant-trip-5429799-details.aspx
Poster advertising the Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei which made transatlantic flights to Brazil. ca. 1936.
Poster advertising the Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei which made transatlantic flights to Brazil. ca. 1936. Printed by Eschebach & Schaeffer, Leipzig. French text, poster made for the French market. Jupp Wiertz, illustrator (1881-1939) Printer: Eschebach & Schaeffer, Leipzig. Image © lotsearch.de. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.de/lot/artist-jupp-wiertz-1881-1939-size-23-3-8-x-32-3-4-in-59-3-x-83-2-cm-43616787?perPage=50&page=2
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