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Prudential Insurance. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! Prudential's logo, The Rock of Gibraltar, is one of the most recognized corporate symbols in the world. The use of the rock began after an advertising agent passed Laurel Hill, a volcanic neck, in Secaucus, New Jersey on a train in the 1890s. The related slogans "Own a Piece of the Rock" and "Strength of Gibraltar" are also still quite widely associated with the Company, though current advertising uses neither of these. In 1985, the Rock of Gibraltar image was changed to a lined 2D plainer version for the logo, but by 1989, the original illustration of the Rock of Gibraltar returned. The type was designed by Doyald Young and based on the Century Schoolbook typeface. Started in Newark, New Jersey in 1875, the Company was originally called The Widows and Orphans Friendly Society and then the Prudential Friendly Society and was founded by John F. Dryden, who later became a U.S. Senator. It sold one product in the beginning, burial insurance. Dryden was president until 1912. Products: Life Insurance, Mutual Funds, Retirement, Annuity, Real Estate. Enjoy these vintage ads for Prudential Insurance while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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