Movie Poster – The Chintamani Carpet and a Swindler, Jan Brychta, 1964


Movie poster full of excellent typography designed for adaptation of Karel Čapek’s novel by Jan Brychta.

  • Movie title: The Chintamani Carpet and a Swindler
  • Poster design: Jan Brychta, 1964
  • Poster size: A3 poster
  • Poster condition: Very nice

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    Excellent movie poster designed for Karel Čapek’s movie adaptation.

    title: The Chintamani Carpet and a Swindler | Čintamani & podvodník | Czechoslovakia, 1964
    director: Jiří Krejčík
    with: Vladimír Šmeral, Jarmila Kronbauerová, Josef Hlinomaz
    writer: Karel Čapek
    music: Zdeněk Liška

    poster design: Jan Brychta, Czechoslovakia, 1964

    Vintage movie poster illustrated for comedy based on Karel Čapek’s satyrical novel about one unhappy but passionate collector. The Chintamani Carpet and a Swindler movie poster was designed by Jan Brychta, 1964. Poster was previously folded. Pinholes and screening information in pen writing visible. Minor paper loss at the top right edge and slightly creased around the edges; overall excellent condition. Beautiful print on lovely vintage paper which adds up to it’s visual quality. The poster is an absolute rarity and a treat for any poster collector or Karel Čapek’s enthusiast.

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