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Australia : Air-India International [picture]
Bib ID 3289288
Format PicturePicture
Printer (Bombay : Shri Sidh Litho Works)
Description [India?. : Air-India International, 1960?] 
1 poster : col. ill., ; 102 cm. 
Summary

Holiday advertisement to fly Air-India to Australia. Artwork features a stylised but Indian looking white kangaroo with a sultan and a joey together in the pouch.

Subjects Air India -- Posters.  |  Travel posters, Indian.  |  Advertising -- Airlines -- Posters.  |  Australia -- Description and travel -- Posters.

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