First installed in 1854 in Berlin, Germany, poster kiosks were pillars especially erected for posting handbills and announcements.
- Vintage Poster | International Poster Gallery
In 1963, during an office renovation of a Parisian literary journal, workmen found hundreds of Toulouse-Lautrec posters rolled up under the floorboards.
- Advertising column – Wikipedia
Advertising columns or Morris columns (French: colonne Morris, German: Litfaßsäule (Litfasssäule, the spelling used in Switzerland and Liechtenstein)) are cylindrical outdoor sidewalk structures with a characteristic style that are used for advertising and other purposes.