A brilliant true chromolithograph for Southdown tobacco by Macnil-Zimmer-McGill Tobacco Company, Petersburg, VA USA Registerd US Patent Office. Super nice condition with a printing flaw in the S of Southdown where the red did ink did not cover its assigned space. Framed in heavy oak frame with bubble glass. The picture was difficult to photograph, so you see glare in the image. This image and ad are well above average.
Dimension: 13" x 13"
Offered is a diminutive size Venida hairnet display cabinet. Measures 9.5 inches deep x 7.5 inches wide. The front measures approximately 4.5 high and up to 6.5 inches in the back. The display front is labeled VENIDA in gold decal lettering and it is in good to very good overall condition.
The The cabinet comes with a grouping of unused, real hair cap-shaped nets in 2 different packages. Their are 15 salmon colored and 3 different green colored units. They measure 6.5 x 4 inches.
Measuring 5 3/4 inches high x 4 1/4 inches wide x 2 3/4 inches deep, this darling salesman's sample case advertises the Wholesale Grocers, Loverin and Browne Company. This Chicago, Illinois, company established business in 1872.
This diminutive tin case is painted black with gold accenting and gold lettering present on the front of the case. The black paint shows reasonable wear given its 130+ years of age with the majority of wear evident along seam lines and at the base...
Offered is the vintage Dairy Queen "kiss" glasses. Measuring 6-3/4" tall and only 2-1/4" across the top these frosted glasses are decorated with red and blue kisses. In great condition with no chips or cracks.
THE LAND OF ORANGES AND LEMONS. A Promotional and Educational Booklet Published by the California Fruit Growers Exchange, 1936. The booklet measures 5 3/4" by 4 1/4". Color wrappers and 12 pages for children to color. The inside covers are in color as a guide for the child to follow. Minor edge chip to back cover otherwise in excellent unused condition.
A whimsical circa 1940 French National Lottery poster. It is linen backed, measures 16" x 24" and is in excellent condition.
Winning the lottery will take you to higher realms, as the translation indicates. This c.1940 whimsical poster is linen backed, measures 16" x 24" and is in excellent condition.
Original Packard ad, in excellent condition. 14"x10-1/4". BX14
The American Standard Company advertises their line of sink cabinets. The circa 1950 poster is linen backed, measures 24" x 36" and is in excellent condition.
People of different professions and backgrounds use Everybody's Hand Soap for its cleansing power. This American poster is linen backed, measures 28" x 42" and is in excellent condition. An ideal poster for a bathroom.
The B.F. Goodrich Company of New York created this circa 1900 poster. The writing to the right says, "from the B.F. Goodrich Company, Akron Rubber Works Factories..." and lists other cities. "Our products also handled in New York and Buffalo." The poster is linen backed, measures 25" x 32" and is in excellent condition.
An art exhibition in the Berlin National Gallery from September 18 thru November 6, 1960 is advertised. The wording states,
"veranstaltet von der Nationalgalerie und der Hochschule fur bildende Kunste in der Orangerie des Scholsses Charlottenburg Berlin." The poster is linen backed, measures 17" x 24" and is in excellent condition.
Vanity is a circa 1890 American poster. It is linen backed, measures 15" x 12" and is in excellent condition with color restoration in select areas.
This is a small poster created in 1896 by Willalow. The poster is linen backed, measures 8" x 10" and is in excellent condition.
Measuring 15.75 inches long by 4 inches in height, this metal, circa 1930s, brown and yellow, French advertising sign reads:
"Defense de Fumer..sans Microphosphate Schloesing."
Translated to English, it literally means "No Smoking without Schloesing Microphosphate", clearly an advertisement for a chemical product made by the Schloesing Company.
Certainly a conversation piece in very good condition with the expected mild and non-substantial wear with minor rust here and there to the pain...
Original 1950's advertising tin oil additive Coin Bank. This was given away by the METALIFE Company of Wentzville, Missouri U.S.A.. This is a one U.S. pint can and measures about 4 1/4" tall. It is in beautiful unused condition!! A great addition for Collectors of Gas Station Memorabilia!!
This is a very nice clean copy of Parrish's Jello ad from the Modern Priscilla magazine in January 1924. It is 10 by 14.No folds or bends
This whimsical poster is linen backed, measures 20" x 25" and is in excellent condition.