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Creepy kids in vintage ads
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Creepy kids in vintage ads

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vintage pyrex advertisement
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Pyrex advertisement for the bake ware line.

In this ad was only cents back in the day. We were born in the way wrong time pants

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Bordens
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Introduced in April 1954, the RCA CT-100 was the second all-electronic consumer color television set in the USA, preceded by the Westinghouse H840CK15 by a few weeks.[1] The color picture tube measured 15 inches diagonally. The viewable picture was just 11½ inches wide. The sets were made at RCA's plant in Bloomington, Indiana. The sets cost $1000, half the price of a new low-end automobile. By the end of 1954, RCA released an improved color TV with a 21-inch picture tube.
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RCA color TV, 1954 - Love this, because my Mom had the same black panther on top of this TV!

RCA Color TV Remember when we looked forward to movies being on tv? My grandmother had the black panther light also.

RCA Color TV Wow, Our t. and We even had that exact same panther. We had an RCA also but it was in a wood cabinet with doors on the front--little dangly pulls on them. Don't think it was color though.

RCA Color TV The black panther ceramic piece popular back then too; the tv top usually something on it like lamps or such.

Introduced in April 1954, the RCA CT-100 was the second all-electronic consumer color television set in the USA, preceded by the Westinghouse H840CK15 by a few weeks.[1] The color picture tube measured 15 inches diagonally. The viewable picture was just 11½ inches wide. The sets were made at RCA's plant in Bloomington, Indiana. The sets cost $1000, half the price of a new low-end automobile. By the end of 1954, RCA released an improved color TV with a 21-inch picture tube.

Introduced in April 1954, the RCA CT-100 was the second all-electronic consumer color television set in the USA, preceded by the Westinghouse H840CK15 by a few weeks.[1] The color picture tube measured 15 inches diagonally. The viewable picture was just 11½ inches wide. The sets were made at RCA's plant in Bloomington, Indiana. The sets cost $1000, half the price of a new low-end automobile. By the end of 1954, RCA released an improved color TV with a 21-inch picture tube.
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Find this Pin and more on Funny vintage ads by Dave Kilgrow.
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Sassy and Superb - vintage ad

Just another "sexist" ads

I have to wonder if the creator of this ad was a Dominant?

Pregnant woman on bus - funny commercial - Groovy Ladies

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View-master 1954 -- I had one of these as a kid and loved it. All American slides. Disneyland, Yosemite National Park, 3D almost in definition! ...Please save this pin. Because for vintage collectibles - Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online
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view-master, 1954 I had to look thru this to strengthen my eyes when I was about So boring!

I worked at a View-Master plant outside of Portland, OR in the mid

view-master for possible future project.

Portland's greatest gift to humanity.

View-master 1954 -- I had one of these as a kid and loved it. All American slides. Disneyland, Yosemite National Park, 3D almost in definition! ...Please save this pin. Because for vintage collectibles - Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

View-master 1954 -- I had one of these as a kid and loved it. All American slides. Disneyland, Yosemite National Park, 3D almost in definition!   ...Please save this pin.  Because for vintage collectibles - Click on the following link!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online
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Find this Pin and more on Vintage Newspaper and Magazine Ads by Bobby Cole.

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Viewmaster was fascinating to me as a child- the pictures were wonderful to look at over and over!

Seems I always had a View Master when I was a kid. images of Flipper, the Flying Nun, 101 Dalmatians, Gentle Ben, Woody Woodpecker.

Maybelline Kissing Potion

Yes, that is Deborah "Valley Girl" Foreman in the Maybelline Kissing Potion ad! I wish they still made this stuff.

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Sunbeam Girl - Vintage advertisement print 8 x 10 - Blue, Yellow, Bread, Photography, Personalize Present

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Mad Men, Ads

1952 ad for View Master camera & accessories.  No matter what tourist trap you went to, they had View Master reels to purchase.

1952 ad for View Master camera & accessories. No matter what tourist trap you went to, they had View Master reels to purchase.

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Buyenlarge 'Harra Bier' by Gericault Framed Vintage Advertisement

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