Holiday Hours

December 8, 2013 § Leave a comment

Dear Clients and Friends,

Our shop will be open more in December for your holiday shopping. We will be here Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays as well as the first couple of weekends (December 7-8 and December 14-15) of the month if you want to surprise someone with a vintage poster, or consider a book on the topic as a special gift.

Original WWII Poster by Linn Ball 1945

Original WWII Poster by Linn Ball 1945

If what you really want this holiday season is something authentic, something with a sense of history, something to make your house just that much more beautiful, then an original vintage poster fits the bill.

Bieres de la Meuse by Alphonse Mucha Maitre Plate 182, 1899

Bieres de la Meuse by Alphonse Mucha Maitre Plate 182, 1899

Come and peruse our Maitre de l’Affiche. These tiny posters are perfect for gift giving. Another great gift idea are the really cool botanical charts from the Art of Instruction are available for a limited time. They are well priced at $250 each.

Art of Instruction Plate 8 “Cowslip Primrose: Primula Officinalis” Jung-Koch-Quentell Charts c.1970

There is plenty of free parking on our side of 4th st. The Christmas lights are up and they are the best in the East Bay, and just last month, Sierra Nevada opened a tasting room just on block away from us. So, there is a lot to do in our neighborhood. And of course can visit us online at vepca.com

Our showroom is open at 2201 Fourth Street in Berkeley
at the corner of Allston Way.

Saturdays 11-6, Sundays 12-5

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