ORIGINAL 1935 PRR WALL CALENDAR GRIFF TELLER
|The PRR would introduce their classic large wall artwork calendars in 1916. Griff Teller would paint his first in 1929, and continue until 1958 when PRR replaced them with a small, non-artwork version (by 1958 PRR was already in merger discussions with the NYC). This 1935 version showcases the 1934 painting "The New Day" print on the top, and 13 pages representing thirteen months from December 1934 to December 1935 inclusive. Each page is a three month - previous, current, and future month to view. Measures approx. 28 inches square with metal headers on the top and bottom. Full calendar pad started with December 1934. Classic piece of past railroad history for the train room (great when framed!).This example was not used (NOS) - has a complete calendar although the calendar has become detatched. There is also a 3 and a half inch tear near the left header as well as what appears to be water marks in that area. Faults could be minimised with correct framing.
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