Tag Archives: antique

You say “yip like a terrier” like it’s a bad thing.

Yip. Doggie trivia: Terriers are described as small, wiry, game, fearless, and created to hunt vermin.
Good ol’ Rugged Rock Hudson — Found on the back cover of an April, 1956 Coronet magazine.
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Moments later, they were trampled by the herd.

Falstaff Beer “framed” print seen at auction.

Get to the choppah!

We were promised personal helicopters.

Dick Won All Around When…

Ad for Thin Gillette Blades found in March 1946 issue of Fifteen Western Tales

They’re plenty keen.

Price comparison: In 1946, four thin Gillette blades cost 10¢. In 2019, four Gillette Fusion ProGlide Men’s Razor Blade refills cost $17.99 on Amazon.

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“Your time has expired, leave.”

Ouch.
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This Week in Ephemera

This is a score! The entire 1916 year of McCall’s magazine and in beautiful condition, especially considering these twelve issues are over a hundred years old.

A Dumb Yet Strangely Awesome Way to Die

It’s not the meat, it’s the motion.

Tsk. She can do better.

…and one thing to not make.

Make Asbestos Great Again

The late-1940s Marshall-Wells Company had you covered for all your asbestos needs.

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