A vintage advertising poster is in the midst of being bought by an American company, The Hill reported.
A vintage advertising campaign poster has a logo of a woman wearing a blue-and-white dress with a star in the middle of it and the words “Fantastic Times” above it, according to The Hill.
The company behind the poster, the “Vintage Ads Team” is looking to sell the posters, which are priced at $10,000.
The poster has an original artwork that dates back to the 1930s, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a source familiar with the matter.
The original poster was first created for the World’s Fair in 1939.
It was purchased by the U.S. government and is now in the hands of an American marketing company.
While many vintage advertising posters have been on display for years, the poster was the first to go on display and has remained popular in recent years.
According to The Wall St Journal, the ad campaign poster was created by American advertising agency The National Advertising Company, Inc. in 1941.
It features the slogan “Fantasy comes true” in a black and white image of a star and the word “fantasy” in red.
It has an image of the president in a blue and white dress and the slogan, “President Harry Truman.”
The National Advertising Co. was founded by Robert N. Weisberg and Robert R. Weiser in 1941, according the Journal.
“Weisberg is a renowned advertising writer and ad historian,” the Journal said.
“He has produced numerous advertising posters and other materials, including posters for President Truman and the presidential election.”
President Donald Trump tweeted his congratulations and thanked the agency.””
The agency is seeking an offer to purchase the poster and intends to keep it in stock.”
President Donald Trump tweeted his congratulations and thanked the agency.
“This is a wonderful poster for my upcoming trip to Japan, where I will visit with Japanese business leaders and visit with the people of Tokyo,” he wrote.
“Great job, NAG!
I will be visiting Japan soon!