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Ceylon / Sri Lanka

In May 1972, a pearl-shaped tropical island in the Indian Ocean, second only to Hawaii in its bio-diversity and similar in size to Ireland, changed its name from the Dominion of Ceylon to the Free, Sovereign and Independent Republic of Sri Lanka. From that moment in global geographical history onwards, the travel and tea posters depicting colonial and post-colonial Ceylon became emblematic of a verdant, lost world of unrivalled mystique. In ceasing to exist, Ceylon became all the more enchanting. 

We hope you enjoy exploring the world's largest collection of vintage and retro travel prints pertaining to Ceylon / Sri Lanka. You will find our fully authenticated and licensed high quality prints of all of these images beautifully exhibited and for sale at our flagship gallery at 35 Church Street in Galle Fort. If you can't make it to our gallery you will find limited selections of best sellers for sale at fourteen other outlets island-wide. These approved outlets are Barefoot (Main Store, Dutch Hospital and Galle Fort), The Hilton, Cinnamon Lakeside, Shangri La, Cape Weligama, Tea Trails (Dunkeld), Pedlars (Galle Fort), Empire Cafe (Kandy), The Wallawwa (Negombo), Hideaway (Arugam Bay), Dots Ceylon and The Full Stop in Crescatt Mall. If you see our poster designs published and / or selling anywhere other than these outlets please let us know as this is a breach of copyright.

Please address any enquires you may have regarding posters from our Sri Lanka / Ceylon collection to meg@sticknobillsonline.com. Thanks.