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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

ANIMALS IN EARLY ADVERTISING

Well, technically they're not all animals. Some are birds and fish, but what the heck.
These ads span the years between 1900 and the 1930's.

 Cream of Wheat
1900

Silk Thread
1900

Trained Pigs
1905

1910

1910

 1911
White lead is the basic lead carbonate, a complex salt containing both carbonate and hydroxide ions. It was used as an ingredient for lead paint...and a cosmetic called Venetian Ceruse. I sure hope that kitty doesn't fall in!

1911
A Polish cigarette ad

1920


1920's

1920's
Granny lets the cat out....
I'm assuming that kitty would want to eat the oats if he stayed indoors. (?)

1920's
I haven't seen Postum in a long time, but I think they still make it. My Mom had it a few times when I was a kid, and if I remember correctly it tasted lousy.
I like the owl.

 1920's
Coca Cola


 1930
Another smoking bird


1930's

1930's
The White Rock beverage company is still in existence

1930's
California Oranges

 1932

1933
I never heard of Horse smokes




1938 


1916
how about a fox fur
from the Dead Animal Club?
I'd say $3.79 is indeed a bargain...