This would make a great stocking stuffer. A little Taco Bell Chihuahua dressed in his Santa hat. Press his belly and he will say, “Feliz Navidad Amigos.” Merry Christmas my friends. EXCELLENT CONDITION
This advertising duo comes from a September 1958 National Geographic Magazine.
The first side is an advertisement for Zenith All-Transistor Trans-Oceanic Radio. This baby would set you back $250.00 and claimed to be the smallest and lightest radio ever made. If memory serves me right, they were still the size of a medium sized ice-chest!
Snap! Crackle! Pop! We all recognize that as the sound of Kellogg's Rice Krispies.
This is a very nice 1955 advertisement for Rice Krispies. It shows a young girl leaning over her bowl of cereal saying, "Hello Snap! Hello Crackle! Hello Pop!" She has made a nice stick-figure man with blueberries in bowl of cereal.
This advertising duo comes from a March 1944 National Geographic Magazine.
The first side is an advertisement for Union Pacific Railroad. It discusses the important job the railroad was doing in transporting troops and war materials and how that had added to the dispatcher's responsibilities - a man with a "thousand track" mind. The advertisement also adds a note to "Help the war effort by not dealing with black ma... Click for details
This advertising combination comes from a September 1958 National Geographic Magazine.
The first side is an advertisement for TWA Trans World Airlines Travel Guides To Europe. For a mere $2.50, you could order a set of eight travel guides to countries such as Spain, Portugal and Ireland.
Signed and Dated. Hand Made Volcano glazed with Ash from the 1980 eruption. This Salt and Pepper is a replica of the mountain as it was before and after the May 18th 1980 eruption. This Salt & Pepper is 2 3/4" tall and about 3" across at the base.
The front advertisement is for Pullman Train. It features a man that has to make a last minute business trip. He knows he will not get a bed on the train because the Pullman fleet is booked full moving American troops to support the war effort.
Luckily, someone cancels at the last minute and the man is thanking them for the night"s sleep he will get. The advertisement is stressing the importance of notifying the comp... Click for details
This listing is for four connected magazines pages featuring 1955 advertisements.
(1) Pan-American Coffee Bureau of New York, N. Y. - "Coffee-Break" ad. This is a very nice public service advertisement asking drivers to take a coffee break every couple of hours to keep alert while driving. It features a state trooper with a cup of coffee talking to a couple in a convertible. ... Click for details