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Nedeljko Savić's paint shop 'Boja Savić'

Nedeljko Savić's paint shop 'Boja Savić', © Photoarchive Borbaenlarge


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Object:Nedeljko Savić's paint shop 'Boja Savić'
Description:Exterior of Nedeljko Savić's shop for paints and chemical supplies. It has a door and a shop window, as well as a horizontal and three vertical advertising signs describing the shop's wares.
Comment:The owner's headquarters were in Kolarac Street, his factory in Radenik Street. The photograph was probably taken for advertising purposes.
Date:Not before 1920, Not after 1940
Country:Serbia (contemporary)
Yugoslavia (historical)
Type:Photographic plate
Creator:Grdijan, Svetozar (probably)
Dimensions:Negative: 90mm x 130mm
Keywords:150 Behavior Processes and Personality > 156 Social Personality
550 Individuation and Mobility > 552 Names of Animals and Things
440 Marketing > 444 Retail Businesses
440 Marketing > 447 Advertising
Copyright:Photoarchive Borba
Archive:Borba fotodokumentacija, Belgrade (Collection Vreme), Inv. No.: Borba0104
Editors:Milanka Matić, Nataša Mišković