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1923 AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE FLOUR AD, "JUST ONE WAY to get that old-time Southern flavor --", with mammy aunt Jemima saying "I'se in town, Honey!", 10 1/2" x 14', excellent condition with a few small tears on the edges   #BA29533   $20.00 


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1920 "COLORED KIDS" F. B & C KIDSKIN AD SHOWING A WOMAN BEING TEASED BY 2 AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN,  this is a play on the company's much more common ad "white kids" shoes, ad is black and white illustration, 10 1/4" x 16", fine condition with some of the print from the ad on the other side coming through above the little girl    #BA10357    $26.00

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A SATISFIED CUSTOMER, 1950's print of African American girl in a high chair, by Charlotte Becker, on glossy paper, 5 7/8" x 7 7/8", New Old Stock, near mint condition    #Ci30905f     $12.00

SAME AS ABOVE, 7 7/8" x 9 7/8", near mint condition    #Ci30905bf     $15.00

SAME AS ABOVE, 12" x 16 1/2", including a 1/4" border all the way around the illustration, good condition to very good condition with some  bumps and soiling on the border and some light discoloration on the top left corner and bottom left corner    #Ci30905cf     24.00

SAME AS ABOVE,  on an unprinted advertising calendar  (no calendar pad at all), illustrated area is 11" x 13 7/8", whole sheet is 13 7/8" x 22 1/4", condition is near mint    #Ci30905df     $35.00.....


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SLAVERY AND FREEDOM, 1910's LIFE MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATION, 8 3/4" x 11", fair to good condition with considerable foxing on the whole page, a tear on the bottom edge on the left edge and wear on the corners and edges    #BA29661    $14.00

angry mammy

BULL'S EYE, 1950's SMALL CALENDAR TOP SAMPLE / PRINT OF BOY CATCHING HECK FOR MISSING HIS TARGET AND DOG SLINKING AWAY, 4" x 5", near mint condition    #BT30995    $9.00....

WATCHFUL GUARDIAN, 1950's PRINT OF AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN AND THEIR GUARDIAN ANGEL, BY MABEL ROLLINS HARRIS, 8" x 10", New Old Stock, near mint condition    #Ci30907f    $20.00....


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1893 "GOOD MORNING! Have you used PEARS' SOAP?" AD, 9 1/4" x 5 1/2", excellent condition with  a small crease on the top right corner    #BA29662   $15.00


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1923 "A Vacancy in the Department of the Interior" Cream of Wheat ad with Rastus the chef making COW in a big enamelware pot with hungry boy looking in, illustrated by Edw. V. Brewer, 10 3/4" x 13 1/2", excellent condition with a couple of very small foxing spots from aging in the right margin 0 these can easily be cropped, matted or framed out    #COW12064    $20.00    SOLD
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1930'S BOOKPLATE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN BOY with a candy stick, "With his cute kinky head an" his li'l flat nose, An his gay li'l laff wherebeb he goes", whole page is 9 x 12 1/2", illustrated area is 7" x 9 1/2", very good condition with wear on the edges and corners, wrinkles and soiling in the margins,  a stray mark from the printing process above the first "an'" in the caption, there is some very light soiling in the printed area, if you matte to just that area you really will not see any of the soiling; however if you want to retain the caption, you will have to put up with some of the wrinkling from the left margin and some of the soiling of the margin    #BA29211    $14.00

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1910 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR AD WITH MAMMY,  10" x 16", excellent condition with some slight wear around the edges    #BA29535   $14.00

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1918 CREAM OF WHEAT AD WITH RASTUS, CHILD AND DOG, "Fee! Fi! Fo! Fum!...", illustrated by G. C. Widner, 6 1/2" x 10", excellent to fine condition with a light dark line going from the top margin into the illustrated are, does not detract much    #BA27491    $9.50
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1925 KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES AD with GOLFERS AT PINEHURST and AFRICAN-AMERICAN CADDY, about 6 1/2" x 10", excellent condition with light wear on the corners and a stray mark from the printing process around the text on the bottom of the ad   #AU30455    $7.50 ....


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1945 WINGS SHIRTS AD WITH AFRICAN-AMERICAN LAUNDRESS, 5 1/2" x 14", excellent condition with some yellowing of the page from age    #BA30353    $6.50

1950's OF AFRICAN AMERICAN BOY AND GUARDIAN ANGEL, 7 7/8" x 10", New Old Stock, near mint condition    #BA30921    $18.00 ....

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