Advertising Poster Set Kolnische Illustrierte Mountain Climbing Skiing Emil Jannings Bernard Shaw. Set of 10 original vintage advertising posters for German magazine Kolnische Illustrierte / Cologne illustrated, a German illustrated magazine that was published in Cologne from 1926 to 1945. 1. Cover with a photograph of three climbers, looking up with ropes on their shoulders; 2. Cover with aphotograph of Bernard Shaw playing with an apple cart. George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was an Irish playwright, during his career he wrote more than sixty plays including Man and Superman, Pygmalion, and Saint Joan; 3. Cover with a photograph of gentlemen at Stresemann's funeral. Hindenburg leaves the funeral procession and bids farewell to the diplomatic corps. Gustav Stresemann (1878-1929) was a German chancellor and foreign minister; 4. Cover with a photograph of a skier with number 18 skiing down the slope; 5. Cover for a Number 18 from 4 May 1929 features a photograph of two eleganl ladies in long dresses and hats and a gentleman in a suit with a sash, caption reads - Die funf Frankfurter leben wieder! / The five Frankfurters live again!; 6. Cover with a photograph of athletes running across the bridge with soldiers and spectators observing them, caption reads - The opening of the new Cologne-Mülheim Rhine Bridge on October 13th / Die Eroffnung der neuen Köln-Mülheimer Rheinbrucke am 13. Oktober; 7. Cover with a photograph of two men performing an acrobatic trick, caption reads - A balanced camaraderie / Eine Ausgeglichene Kameradschaft; 8. Cover with a photograph of navy sailors, caption reads - Der mann der Lennart gleicht Roman von Anselm Goth / the novel by Anselm Goth; 9. Cover with a photograph of a young lady with a caption - Do you find me interesting? / Finden Sie mich interessant?; 10. Cover with a photograph of a German actor Emil Jannings (1884-1950) with a caption - If this continues! / Wenn das so weitergeht! Various condition with tears, stains and losses, please examine the photos of the listing Country of issue: Germany, designer: Unknown, size (cm): 36-39x27, year of printing: 1920s.