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1959 COKE SANTA AD, 6 3/4" X 10", refrigerator is a General Electric, back cover of a magazine, very good condition with general light soiling and wear    #CK25083    $7.50

fleer double bubble gum christmas
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1953 FLEER'S DOUBLE BUBBLE GUM MAGAZINE AD FOR CHRISTMAS, 10 1/4" x 13 3/4", fine condition with a few stray marks from the printing process and some crinkling on the top and left margin    #x4523    $5.50
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Halloween advertisement
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1907 HART, SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHING AD with boy cutting out a Halloween Jack-o-lantern, illustrated ad, 6" x 9", excellent condition with a few stray marks from the printing process    #HW27943    $17.50
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1944 BABY IN "KEEP IT UNDER YOUR STETSON" MAGAZINE AD,  "Let's bring Him Home Quicker!", with Navy Lieutenant, illustration by John Gannam, 10' x 13 3/4', excellent condition with a nick out of the top right corner, a stray mark from the printing process to the left of "Let's bring..." and some yellowing on the edges    #TR26336    $4.00
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SAME AS ABOVE, fine condition as it has been cropped on all 4 sides    #TR26336b    $3.25
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NO FISHING TODAY, 1940's - 1950's PRINT OF BOY AND ENGLISH SETTER LOOKING AT A THUNDERSTORM, 6 1/4" x 4", near mint condition    #SP28784    $12.00

SIMILAR TO LEFT, NO FISHING TODAY, 1950's PRINT OF BOY AND ENGLISH SETTER LOOKING AT A THUNDERSTORM, 10" x 8", excellent condition       #SP28784bf    $18.00 .

SIMILAR TO LEFT, NO FISHING TODAY, 1950's PRINT OF BOY AND ENGLISH SETTER LOOKING AT A THUNDERSTORM, by A Cucchi, it is more of a vertical picture with more of the sky, barn door and barn floor showing, 8" x 10" , excellent condition       #SP28784cf    $18.00 .
 

SIMILAR TO LEFT, NO FISHING TODAY, 1950's PRINT / CALENDAR SAMPLE OF BOY AND ENGLISH SETTER LOOKING AT A THUNDERSTORM, by A Cucchi, it is more of a vertical picture with more of the sky, barn door and barn floor showing, glossy finish, illustrated area is 12" x 13 1/2" including a small margin, also there is an area above the illustrated part if the print intended for an advertiser's name (see FISHING PALS below for format) --- in total the print is 12" x 16 1/2", excellent condition       #SP28784df    $27.00 .
 

SIMILAR TO LEFT, NO FISHING TODAY, 1955 CALENDAR SAMPLE OF BOY AND ENGLISH SETTER LOOKING AT A THUNDERSTORM, by A Cucchi, it is more of a vertical picture with more of the sky, barn door and barn floor showing, this is a sample calendar out of the salesman's portfolio for 1956, there is more illustration on the top of the print  than shown in my scan, glossy finish, under the illustration is an advertising area reading "The Value Series Hangers" then a sample calendar with only the January 1956 page (that is all there ever was), illustrated area is 13 1/2" x 11", total calendar sample (including the illustration) 13 1/2" x 21", illustrated area is in near mint condition, the bottom section of the sample has a few bent areas    #Ci28784ef    $35.00 .

SIMILAR TO ABOVE, illustrated area is 10" x 8 1/4", total calendar sample (including the illustration) 10" x 15 1/2", illustrated area is in near mint condition, the bottom section of the sample has a few bent areas    #Ci28784ff   $28.00 .


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1937 COKE AD WITH KIDS AT THE SODA FOUNTAIN,  "The All-American Pause", 6 1/2" x 10", fair condition, back cover of a magazine, considerable wear and light soiling    #CK25088    $5.00    HOLD

Dubble Bubble Fleer bubblegum Halloween ad
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1954 FLEER DUBBLE BUBBLE HALLOWEEN AD, 1/2 page illustrated ad, 5 1/4" x 14", near mint condition   FLTRBL-H54    $4.00

Brach's Candy Halloween ad
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1959 BRACH'S CANDY HALLOWEEN MAGAZINE AD, trick-or-treating kids in costumes, very nice illustration, 10 1/2' x 14", inside of front cover so thicker than most ads,  condition good, 2 creases through the illustration part of the ad    #BR-H59    $3.00
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halloween cut mask hot dog ad
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1954 CRACKER JACK HALLOWEEN AD, 10 x 13 1/2', fair condition, 2 creases on bottom left including one that goes through the cracker jack box and the text below it, also a crinkle that goes right over the head of the rightmost boy and into the purple and yellow cap on the boy next to him, overall, this can only be used for scarpbooking or crafts, defects do not show in the scan at the left    #HW28957    $.50 with other purchase
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Halloween advertisement
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1979 K-MART FLYER WITH HALLOWEEN COSTUMES AD w/ MORK, HULK, BARBIE, SUPERMAN, WONDERWOMAN, SPIDERMAN, and CASPER; You get the whole 8 page flyer which was a supplement to The Star-Gazette (first Gannett newspaper), for Wednesday Oct. 17, 1979; the paper is out of Elmira, New York; the flyer is stuck together by the tape you see and I will leave it to the new owner to remove the tape; the flyer was taped to the back of a frame so the paper on the tape is from the frame, not from the flyer; ad page measures 11 1/2" x 14" (which means it will probably pop into a standard 11" x 14" frame and eliminate the tape on the edges, good condition at best with tape all around the edges, yellowing of the page, light soiling here and there, some crinkles, some of the other pages of the flyer have some small tears from my attempts to separate the pages stuck together (as seen in the scan)    #HW27764    $9.00
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1957 WALGREEN AD with BANNISTER BABY, 8" x 11", near mint condition    #MD29639    $10.00    SOLD
 

OTHER WALGREEN ADS WITH DIFFERENT BANNISTER BABIES AVAILABLE

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