Attenhofer Ski Binding, Carl Franz Moos
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Attenhofer Ski Binding

Artist: Carl Franz Moos
Year: 1935
Size: 128 x 90 cm / 50.4 x 35.4″
Price: CHF900

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Adolf Attenhofer from Davos became Swiss skiing champion in the combined event in 1917. Seven years later he opened a small sports equipment factory because he was not satisfied with the ski technology of the time. In the following decades, the Attenhofer ski factory developed into the most important in Switzerland. Attenhofer acquired the Splitkein licence (laminated wooden skis) from Norway as an example and from 1952 became the leading manufacturer of metal skis in Europe. This original poster from 1935 is a rarity and in perfect condition.

Artist: Carl Franz Moos

Carl Franz Moos was born in Munich in 1878 and died in Zurich in 1959. He worked as a painter, graphic designer and stage designer.
After studying nude and model drawing in Munich, he worked for a short time as an embroidery designer. From 1897 he was an illustrator for the Munich daily press and designed sports and travel postcards. He became a successful poster designer in Munich and a member of the Munich... more

Carl Franz Moos was born in Munich in 1878 and died in Zurich in 1959. He worked as a painter, graphic designer and stage designer.
After studying nude ...

and model drawing in Munich, he worked for a short time as an embroidery designer. From 1897 he was an illustrator for the Munich daily press and designed sports and travel postcards. He became a successful poster designer in Munich and a member of the Munich... more
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