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.
Original antique Victorian card.Features a hand fan frame, with a nature scene, that includes water, a tree, and a building.
Measures 4 3/8 inches wide x 5 1/2 inches long.
Handwritten inscription on the back reads:
Henry Wiese from Cora Sherman.
Condition is good with some light horizontal waviness.
Original antique advertising trade card.
Shows a house scene with a fence, trees and small pond. Tan areas on the card are glittered.
Measures 5 inches wide x 4 inches long.
Condition is fair to good with some wear to the edges, crease upper left corner, and paper loss to the lower left corner and back right corners.
Original Antique Merry Christmas Card.
Beautiful die cut and embossed card featuring a large pink rose, rose buds, and a metallic gold stripe down the left edge.
Scrap measures about 3 inches wide x 4 3/4 inches long.
Condition is very good with some light wear around the edges.
Beautiful vivid colors!