Welcome! We offer one of the largest Chinese Cultural Revolution propaganda items to collectors. We have attempted to list our growing collections in the appropriate categories so that it would be easier for you to locate them. We hope that you enjoy the new face-lift. We will continue improve our site's usability in the future. Thank you.
Categories

1930 era Shanghai Posters (reproductions)

Cultural Revolution Wood block prints

Cultural Revolution Posters - Others

All other Chinese Propaganda Posters

Chubby Baby New Year Posters

Color Ceramic Figurines & Bronze statues

Porcelain ware & Ceramic Items

Red Books, Mao's Thoughts, Note books, etc

watches, clocks, articles of clothing, vinyl records, ink pads, and other memorabilia

Mao buttons and pins

Our Online Presence

This site serves as a concentrated place for Chinese Political Propaganda art. We have much broader selection on other types of antique and vintage art, to be found on our other site, www.1930Shanghai.com. If you don't feel comfortable conducting credit card transaction via this site, please do feel free to locate the same item on the 1930Shanghai.com site using the search function and purchase it through its secure online order form.

 

Read why New York Times recommends its readers to 1930shanghai.com

Following the publication of the Cultural Revolution Posters and Memorabilia book in January 2006, 1930 Shanghai and More website www.1930shanghai.com has attracted many new customers and returned customers for its broad selection of Chinese Cultural Revolution memorabilia, as well as a rich collection of stone and bronze Buddhist statues. Recently, the New York Times columnist Michelle Slatalla conducted an interview with the owner of the online site. The interview with the owner and Michelle Slatalla’s own shopping experience of the Chinese Propaganda art can be viewed online at New York Times under May 25, 2006’s Online Shopping section, “Looking for Mao? Try a Trinket Site, Not the Yangtze" Come and visit 1930shanghai.com or visit us locally at De Sino Gallery and see why New York Times recommends its readers to shop at this unusual place.

 



 
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