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APRIL SHOWERS, small 1950's - 60's PRINT OF GIRL, WATERING CAN AND BUTTERFLY, NOS (unused old stock), about  4 3/4" x 2 1/2", near mint conditon except for some staple holes on the left end (that area is neither shown in my scan not included in my measured dimensions)    #CH30441

SHUCKS HERE COMES MOM, 1940's CALENDAR SAMPLE PRINT OF BOY HIDING HIS DOG,  by Frances Tipton Hunter, 7" x 8 3/4", looks to be in very good condition but it is really only in good condition, has 2 sets of staple holes on the top from where it was in the sample catalog, there is a nick out of the left side and the back of the left side on the edge is thin for some reason (this does not effect the image), slight wear on edges and corners    #BT15518    $16.00....

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COCA-COLA MAGAZINE AD WITH NATIVE AMERICAN AND BOY, 1938, "Pure as Sunlight", 8 1/2"x11", good condition, bent upper left hand corner, some overall wear and spot on the upper right hand corner, extremely small margin on the bottom (not as shown in the scan), some light soiling because this was the back cover of a magazine   #15499    $8.00
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TROUBLE BREWING, 1950's PRINT OF CONSERVATION OFFICER CONTEMPLATING A BOY AND HIS TERRIER DOG FISHING IN " FISHING FORBIDDEN" AREA,  by Frances Tipton Hunter, 6 7/8" x 4 1/2", near mint condition    #HU28755    $12.00

SAME AS ABOVE, on light cardboard calendar sample top, print is 6 7/8" x 4 1/2", calendar cardboard is 6 3/4 x 8 3/4", good to fair condition with roughness on the top edge of the calendar cardboard and a dark area on the top of the cardboard, the hole for the calendar to hang goes through the top of the print area;  if you matte to eliminate the hang hole, you will lose most of the Conservation Officer's hat as shown in the scan at the left    HU28755af   $14.00 .

SIMILAR TO ABOVE, 1956, 3 1/2" x 7", image stop just below the dog's feet, good condition with staple holes in the top that go through the conservation officer's hat    #HU28755b    $9.00

SIMILAR TO ABOVE, 4" x 5 7/8", near mint condition    #HU28755c    $12.00

SIMILAR TO ABOVE, 1956,  8" x 10", near mint condition    #HU28755df    $20.00 .

SIMILAR TO ABOVE, 1956,  6" x 8", near mint condition    #HU28755ef    $16.00 .
 

TROUBLE BREWING, 1950's PRINT / CALENDAR SAMPLE BY COLLECTIBLE ILLUSTRATOR FRANCES TIPTON HUNTER, SIMILAR TO SCAN ON THE LEFT except it is a vertical picture with more space on the top and the bottom of the picture (showing his toes), 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 --- in total the print is 12" x 16 1/2", excellent condition     #HU28755ff    $32.00 .
 
 
 

SIMILAR TO ABOVE (image #HU28755f) but shows more of the Conservation Officer, very large with attached January 1956 one-page calendar sample, image is 21" x 24" and then there is a border around the image and the calendar sample on the bottom, the whole sheet is 28" x 46", although the back of the sample says it is 29 1/2" x 45 1/2" (Maybe since this is a sample, the measurement is for the calendars being promoted???...); image is great but it was folded by the company into 8ths, not only are there creases where the folds are, but there is also wear where the folds are;  there is also crinkling around the corners of the folds (which means there is crinkling in the middle of the image and the middle of the calendar) and there is a small hole in the water area of the print where 2 of the folds come together; the reverse side of the print is dirty but that does not effect the image at all; overall, I would say the condition is fair but the image still looks great     #HU28755gf    $32.00 .

SIMILAR TO SCAN ON THE LEFT except it is a vertical picture with more space on the top and the bottom of the picture, sample calendar with one page of calendar for 1956,  illustrated area is 11" x 14" the whole calendar sample is 11 x 23 1/4", under the illustrated area "YOUR ADVERTISEMENT" is printed along with other selling points and the one-page calendar sample, excellent condition      #Ci28769hf    $32.00 .
 


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"THE DOCTOR", 1933 PETROLAGAR AD SHOWING THE  PETROLAGAR EXHIBIT FOR THE 1934 "CENTURY OF PROGRESS" CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR, 11 1/2" x 8", excellent to fine condition with a crinkle at the top (can be matted out but you would lose the lantern on the ceiling)    #MD27072    $15.00

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Hy Hintermeister, HENRY HINTERMEISTER, child policeman image  $17.00

Hy Hintermeister, HENRY HINTERMEISTER, child policeman image  $17.00

1930's - 40's JIGSAW PUZZLE "THE WINNER" by  HY HINTERMEISTER, with newsboy and WIRE-HAIRED FOX TERRIER OR PARSON RUSSELL TERRIER by  Finesse Picture Puzzle, colors are muted (how it was originally printed), about 11" x 14", 250 pieces, complete, good condition with the paper lifting from the edges on 2 pieces (click here for photo), box is in fair condition with  a bend in the bottom left corner, wear on all corners, light soiling plus a dark spot on the right side, the box is weak and the bottom has been taped to keep it together, there is writing on the bottom of the box   #HH30764    $22.00....

1958 VERY EARLY McNEIL TYLENOL AD, back  when tylenol was only available by prescription, 8" x 11 1/4', excellent condition with some yellowing around the edges, some light crinkling on the left from how it was published in the magazine and some of the print from the other side showing through    #MD29597    $22.00....


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1946 BREAKFAST TIME BY CASTLE KEITH in MEAD JOHNSON PRODUCTS AD, ad text is on the reverse,  8" x 11 1/4", on light card stock, excellent condition with small tear in the left margin that comes close to the printed area    #MD28510    $7.50
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1930's VALENTINE WITH JACK RUSSELL TERRIER, "I've a truck load of affection..." 3 1/8" x 5 1/8", looks like the work of Twelvetrees or Frances Tippen Hunter, excellent condition, writing in ink on the back, some stray spots from the printing process    #DG25212    $3.00

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Small 1940's - '50's PRINT OF ADULT FISHERMAN BUYING FISH FROM BOY FISHERMAN with SPANIEL dog, about 2 1/2" x 5", NOS (unused old stock), good condition with no post-production defects, but the printing of the print is a bit blurry    #SP30438    $7.50....


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1962 WINTHROP EAR DROPS AD, KIDS SKINNY DIPPING, 6 1/2" X 9 1/2", good condition with water stains around the edges and some crinkling, sold excellent condition one for $30.00    #MD25865    $5.00

gymnastics, pummel horse, vault, chromo lithograph

LATE 1800's CHROMOLITHOGRAPH OF CHILDREN SINGING,  maybe a 7" x 6' usable area but even that is damaged, this print actually has 4 children in it but the condition is so poor that the rest of the print is not usable, even the usable area has tears in it (next to the blonde girl's ear and into the dark boy's head and into the song book on the bottom right), poor condition overall, I could not bear to throw out such sweet looking children, cannot be rolled - must be shipped flat    #CH29664    $4.50

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