Category: Advertising


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Ad, Boys and Girls Speed-King Scooter

By: Foster, Thos. (prop.)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Lansford, Landsford Bottling Works, 1920

Pictorial ad for scooter with black titles and boy on scooter. Some wear on top edge but overall quite attractive. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 1 pages; Great graphics and unbelievable price for scooter -- $1.29. The scooter may have been some sort of special from the Lansford Bottle Works. I have estimated the date as ca. 1920. View more info

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Brer Rabbit Molasses Ad

By: Penick and Ford

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New Orleans, Penick and Ford, Ltd., 1931

Very light wear to edges and folds, small indent on front page. ; Thin 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 1 pages; This is a tri-fold ad for Brer Rabbit Molasses from Penick and Ford of New Orleans. The outside is printed in color, with an offer for a free recipe book. Inside are recipes for gingerbread and cookies. B'rer Rabbit was of couse one of the main characters in the Uncle Remus stories. View more info

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Note Book

By: Stone Mountain Grit Company

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Lithonia, Stone Mountain Grite Company, 1950

Small, stapled notebook, given out by the Stone Mountain Grit Company to farmers advertising Stonemo crushed grit for chickens. Most of the notebook consists of perforated blank pages for farmers to take notes. Cover photo is rather daring for the times which I think is probably late 1940's to early 1950's. ; Color Cover Illustration; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; Unpaginated pages View more info

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The Royal Oracle

By: Royal Tailors

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Chicago, J. B. Carroll Co., 1924

Single fold, light cardboard advertisement. Some aging and faint, older stains. Light, general wear. Still attractive. Magnetized device still works. ; B&W Drawings, Mechanical Device; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 4 pages; Magnetized, mechanical device that advertised Royal Tailors. You put the arrow on the interior wheel on a question. Close the cover and the arrow on the front points to the correct answer. Actually, rather neat. View more info