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"GUARDIAN ANGELS", 1944 WW II ARMY AIR FORCE (AAF) RECRUITING AD, featuring small photos of 1st Lt. Donald J. Juster of St. Albans, NY and 1st Lt. John D. Joyce of Griffin Indiana, 10" x 13 1/2", fine condition  to very good condition with tight left margin, some stray marks from the printing process and some slight yellowing of the page    #ML29478    $12.00

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1943 ADEL WWII AD w/ WALT DISNEY ILLUSTRATION FROM VICTORY THROUGH AIR POWER (a book), 8" X 11", fine condition with long narrow crease on right side next to the text area   #DSY26272b    $18.00

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BOMBER PILOT IN 1940's BELMONT RADIO AD, great color, "Ace in the Hole" is radio to keep in touch  when in trouble, REVERSE is a  CARTA BLANCA beer ad, 1-" x 13 1/2", very good condition with margin tear on the bottom margin almost to the printed area (doesn't shoe in the scan), also tight right margin and tear on that margin up to the printed area    #ML29480    $8.00

1940's WWII  WINCHESTER AD "It's Messerschmitts not Mallards today, Bill!", 10 1/4" x 13 1/2", fine condition with light stains from rusted staples on the right edge (can be matted out) and some stray marks from the printing process    #HU29626    $12.00..

1943 LOUIS ALLIS COMPANY  WORLD WAR II MAGAZINE AD,  showing tanks, military motorcycles and planes: I believe the company's motors were used in all sorts of military vehicles as well as in the capital equipment used to make the military goods, this ad was in a company magazine and was intended to spur production, it is on thicker paper than most ads, the color is outstanding, 8" x 11", near mint condition    #ML25801    $7.50
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1943 AIRPLANE SPOTTER IN WESTERN ELECTRIC AD, No. 9 of a series, 10 1/4" x 13 1/2", fine condition with crinkling down the left margin from how it was bound in the magazine    #ML26165    $5.50

SIMILAR TO ABOVE showing SUBMARINE TORPEDOMAN, No. 9 of a series, 10 1/4" x 13 1/2", good condition with several small tears down the left margin which was very tight to begin with, light soiling, some stray marks from the printing process and a nick out of the top left corner,
REVERSE SIDE of the ad is a 2 page Good Year ad showing the Corsair fighter flying close to the landing deck of an aircraft carrier, condition is only fair with the same edge tears and nick out of the top corner of the reverse side on both sides of this ad, also several dark streaks down the page which are printing process errors     #ML29245    $7.50
 

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1920's - 30's PRINT OF GIRL AND BEAUTIFUL COLLIE DOG with plane in the background, on light cardboard stock so it is probably a calendar top, 7" x 8 3/4", excellent condition with some staple holes in the top that can be framed or matted out and not effect the picture

#COL30109    $28.00

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1951 ELI LILLY AND COMPANY AD, "Flying Physicians" with illustration of American Airlines stewardess by Harold Anderson, text is about the general achievements of doctors in aviation medicine, reverse has picture of ampoules of various Lily pharmaceutical products and text on the cleanliness of the ampoules    #MD30541   $15.00....


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1940's FIRST TO LEAP, CAMEL MAGAZINE AD,  army doctor parachuting, 6 1/2" x 9 1/2", excellent condition    #MD25904    $5.00

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1943 DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT MAGAZINE AD WITH AN A-20 HAVOC GROUND ATTACK AIRCRAFT WITH A 500 LB GENERAL PURPOSE BOMB, "WE DO BUSINESS WITH HITLER!", the "business" is marked "A. Hitler, RUSH"  10 1/4" x 13 1/2", THE AD IS IN FINE CONDITION.   THERE IS A VERY LIGHT STAIN  (WATER?) ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER.  IT IS SO LIGHT THAT I REALLY CANNOT DEFINE WHERE IT ENDS.  I CAN SEE A LIGHT CIRCLE
        AROUND THE WORD "MEMBER" BUT IT LOOKS TO ME LIKE IT ENDS WITH THAT LIGHT RING.  IT REALLY IS LIGHT.  IT PROBABLY WOULD  NOT SHOW UP AT ALL BEHIND GLASS OR PLASTIC. THERE IS ALSO A VERY LIGHT CREASE (THE KIND OF CREASE YOU GET WHEN 20 PAGES ARE BENT TOGETHER RATHER THAN JUST A
          SINGLE PAGE BEING FOLDED OVER) ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT  CORNER.   YOU REALLY CANNOT SEE IT VERY WELL ON THIS SIDE OF THE AD.  OVERALL, THE DEFECTS ARE NOT REALLY DETRACTING AND THE AD
                            LOOKS GREAT     #ML25847    $4.50
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FAWN GREAT DANE IN 1955 DOUGLAS DC-7 MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENT, 10" X 13 1/2", excellent condition    #WK26458    $7.50    SOLD


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1943 SEIBERLING MAGAZINE AD,  "COFFIN FOR HITLER", SHOWS A WOMAN WORKER VACUUMING THE INTERIOR OF A BULLET-SEALING RUBBER GAS TANK FOR WAR PLANES, illustration by C. C. Beall, 10 1/2" X 13 3/4", has margins on the top and sides that do not show in my scan, fine condition with a crease through most of the margin on the top right corner (it is in the margin only though)   #ML25848    $5.50
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1971 SNO-JET SNOWMOBILE MAGAZINE AD with
MARIO ANDRETTI, AL UNSER AND BOBBY UNSER, 1971 S/S JET 396 YAMAHA TWIN, 6 1/4" X 9", near mint condition with tight left margin    #TSP25687    $4.50


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HELICOPTER IN 1947 OLD THOMPSON WHISKEY MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENT, 8" x11", fine condition with a crease on the top right corner    #DAL30261*    $7.00
 

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SCHNAUZER DRESSED AS AVIATOR  in 1958 FRISKIES AD, 10" x 13 1/2", excellent condition    #WK26522    $5.00

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