Vintage 1940s World War 2 Chesterfield Cigarette Magazine print ad. All Clear. That's The Smoker's Signal For a Mild Cool Cigarette.
Shows Rosalind Russell as an Air Warden. Russell appeared in the 1942 Columbia picture "My Sister Eileen". Also shows an airplane with the slogan, "Buy U.S. Bonds Stamps. Keep it Up!"
This side is very good condition with a small crease lower left corner and a light crease upper left corner. Both would not show once the ad was framed.
Reverse side is an ad for Campbell's Tomato Soup. This side has some pencil scribbles near the bottom and small crease lower right corner..
Large sheet measuring 10 3/8 inches wide x 13 1/4 inches tall. Would look nice framed.
Vintage 1960 print ad for Revere Ware Cookware. Shows a copper bottom frying pan. Also shows a variety of the Patriot Ware pots and pans, and more Revere Ware at the bottom. Includes a recipe for Shrimp Meuniere and Ginger Ice Cream. Reads, "Two wonderful new Revere Recipes that will make you want to see more."
Ad measures 8 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches. Condition is very good with some age toning and staple holes along left edge.
Vintage and original 1964 Frigidaire Refrigerator paper print ad from 1963 magazine. Ad shows an Aqua or Turquoise Refrigerator Imperial Nineteen Model. Also shows a bouquet of Red Roses in a vase. Reads, "Announcing the Imperial Nineteen by Frigidaire".
Ad measures 10 1/4 x 13 5/8 inches. Condition is very good with some age toning along the borders and a tiny tear along right edge border.
Would look great framed and hung as art. Vintage ads also make great Christmas or birthday gifts.