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Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho)

Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho)


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Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho)

473001 Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907 (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Two Mexican men greet each in other in Spanish Buenos Dias, Como Sigue? (meaning Good Day, How are you? ); No.9. from the Greetings of the World series of cigarette cards produced by Hignett Bros. Imperial Tobacco Company;
); English, out of copyright

Media ID 23162698

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This vibrant and captivating print titled "Customary Greeting in Mexico, 1907" takes us back to a bygone era when traditional manners and customs were cherished. The image showcases two Mexican men engaging in a customary greeting, their faces beaming with warmth and respect. Set against the backdrop of rural Mexico, these dapper gentlemen exude an air of formality as they exchange pleasantries. Their cowboy chaps, wide-brimmed hats, and well-groomed mustaches reflect the timeless charm of the region's rich cultural heritage. The scene captures a moment frozen in time - one man extends his hand while uttering "Buenos Dias" meaning Good Day, followed by the polite inquiry "Como Sigue?" which translates to How are you? This simple gesture exemplifies the importance placed on proper etiquette during this period. Part of the iconic Greetings of the World series produced by Hignett Bros. Imperial Tobacco Company, this cigarette card served not only as an advertisement but also as a window into different cultures around the globe. It reminds us that even in our fast-paced modern world, there is value in preserving age-old traditions and showing respect for one another. Through this vintage photograph print from Bridgeman Images' collection, we are transported to a time where greetings were more than just words; they were meaningful expressions of goodwill and connection between individuals.

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