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1941 Maserati Poster 


This authentic print is a copy of the original 1941 Maserati poster, which was a garage discovery last year in Milano by an Italian memorabilia collector. Following the discovery, the print was in desolate condition and underwent a professional restoration by a specialist in Italy. The original poster was then photographed with a special high-resolution camera to create prints from it. 


The Maserati Poster is available as a print-only, canvas or framed print. If you require a different size format, please get in touch with us. 


Size Details


Small 30 x 40 cm / 12 x 16 inch

Medium 45 x 60 cm / 18 x 24 inch

Large 60×90 cm / 24 x 36 inch


Print Material

Museum-quality print made of thick and durable matte paper. The poster is giclée-printed on archival, acid-free matte paper with a fibrous and light-absorbing material. Paper weight: 170 g/m²





The wooden canvas frame is 4 cm or 1.6" thick. Mounting kit included.


Poster Frame



The wooden poster frame is 1.9 cm or 0.75" thick. Mounting kit included.

International Shipping

EU / USA / Canada International Traceable Shipping: €10 (5 - 7 days)

Worldwide International Traceable Shipping: €20 (7 - 10 days)


Prints will be shipped in a suitable tube and canvases as well as frames will arrive in a sturdy cardboard box.

No Returns


Please note that this Poster is printed only when you order it. We don't offer returns. If the product is damaged or faulty please get in touch via email within 4 weeks with photos and a description of the damage.

1941 Maserati Poster

  • Maserati was originally founded by the Maserati brothers in 1914 in Bologna, Italy. In 1937, the brothers sold their shares in the company to the Adolfo Orsi family, who, in 1940, relocated the company headquarters to their home town of Modena, where it remains to this day. The brothers continued in engineering roles with the company. Racing successes continued against the German Auto Union and Mercedes. In back-to-back wins in 1939 and 1940, an 8CTF won the Indianapolis 500, making Maserati the only Italian manufacturer to ever win this racing event. Maserati won the Targa Florio in 1937, 1938, 1939 and 1940. These wins were achieved with a Maserati 6CM which was an Italian single-seater racing car from 1936 to 1940.

    At the height of WWII Maserati didn’t participate in races anymore and also didn’t build race- or road cars. The poster probably originates from one of Maserati's suppliers/contractors making it one of a kind.