Scott Fine Radio Receiver/Zenith Long Distance Radio Ad
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This advertising duo comes from a March 1944 National Geographic Magazine.
The first side is an advertisement for Scott fine Radio Receivers. The ad states, "There's a sweet melancholy to the cello (oh yes melancholy, but it will gladden your heart to hear it on a Scott!"
The reverse side is an advertisement for Zenith Long Distance Radio. It features the new Zenith Radionic Hearing Aid for $40.00 - ready to wear. The ad goes on to ask, "Are you really doing your part?" "You owe it to your Uncle Sam!" A real look at how the war played a part in advertising in the 1940's.
The page measures 6 7/8" x 10". It is in very good condition and ready for matting and framing - no rips or tears other than the binding edge where the page was removed from the binding staples. The page could also be laminated so both advertisements could be enjoyed
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