According to Swann Galleries website, the poster capitalizes on F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Jazz Age," to depict Carl Fisher's plans to create Miami of the north in Montauk. His plan included a luxury hotel, The Montauk Manor, which still exists, golf courses and fox hunting.
The poster shows all Montauk has to offer, including The Manor. "It is an exceptional representation of the tail end of the Roaring Twenties," the gallery said on its website.
What do you think of the poster? What would you pay for it? Leave a comment below.