This 1938 vintage ad for the Railways of France has a black and white photo of
a street in Mont. St. Michel with the caption, “An endless caravan of visitors zigzags up this narrow street to MONT. ST. MICHEL“.
Year Published: 1938
Approximate overall size – inches: 4.25 x 12
“…swung between the sea and sky, this Gothic reverie caught in stone has drawn her pilgrims heavenward for two thousand stormy years…Gauls, Charles the VI ⚜ And now, we ourselves are here, only two hundred miles from Paris…tiptoeing across the Fall des Gardes and feeling the centuries drift backward ⚜”.
This is a 80 yr. old original vintage ad removed from a 1938 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.
Wikipedia on Mont Saint-Michel