New Toys and Games Ads published today! Activision Games 1982 Ad, ActiVision Video Games 1983 Ad, Aeroflyer Model Airplane 1911, Airtoys Fly-Boy F-84 Plane 1953, American Character Doll Sweet Sue 1952 Ad, American Flyer Mountaineer Train 1955 Ad, AMF Junior Tractor 1963 Ad, Arranbee Doll Nanette 1951 Ad, Aurora Model Motoring 1961 Ad, Aurora Products HO Cars 1970 Ad, Berkeley Model Kits 1951 Ad, Berkeley Model Planes 1951 Ad, Brunswick Billiard Table 1916 Ad, Brunswick Championship Billiard Table 1937 Ad, Brunswick Grand Billiard Table 1915 Ad, Capsela Capsules 1987 Ad, Carlisle & Finch Electric Automobile 1899 Ad, Carlisle & Finch Train 1897 Ad, Carrom Ideal Baseball Game Board 1911 Ad, Chemcraft Chemistry Outfit 1941 Ad, Chuck Wagon Cooking Set 1955 Ad, Circling Train Top 1969 Ad, Cleveland Flying War Models 1943 Ad, Cleveland Model Cement 1954 Ad, ColecoVision Video Game System 1982 Ad, Columbia Video Game Club 1983 Ad, Combi Smart Computer 1985 Ad, Combination Pool Table 1899 Ad, Crown Printing Press 1941 Ad, Deluxe Operation X-500 Rocket Launcher 1960 Ad, Deluxe Operation X-500, 1960 Ad, Dinky Die-Cast Toys 1961 Ad, Dinky Metal Toys 1962 Ad, Dinky Toys 1955 Ad, Duco Cement 1950 Ad, DuPont Duco Cement 1951 Ad, Eegee Doll Susan Stroller 1953 Ad, ERTL Bigfoot Monster Truck 1985, Ertl Farm Toys 1974 Ad, Eshelman Child's Auto 1956 Ad, Estes Model Rockets 1971 Ad, Estes Rocket Models 1967 Ad, Etch A Sketch 1984 Ad, FAO Schwarz Xmas Toy Catalog 1937 Ad, Ford Mustang Midget 1965 Ad, Ford Thunderbird Pedal Car 1959 Ad, Fury Cap Machine Gun 1959 Ad, GameStars Activision Video Games 1982 Ad, Get That License Game 1955 Ad, Gilbert Erector Set 1968 Ad, Gilbert Erector Sets 1941 Ad, Greenland Studios Fashion Doll Outfits 1971 Ad, Guillow Models 1971 Ad, Holgate Lacing Shoe 1951 Ad, Holgate Rocky Color Cone 1951 Ad, Holgate Toys 1948 Ad, Howard Steven Co. Ant Farm 1958, Hoyle Playing Cards, Steve McQueen 1965 Ad, Ideal Aeroplane Wright 1911 Ad, Inland Tractall Pedal Tractor 1950 Ad, Jerobee Racing Cars 1971 Ad, Jetex 50 Flying Jet Models 1953 Ad, Jim Prentice Electric Baseball Game 1941 Ad, Jim Walker Pactra Balsa Planes 1962 Ad, JVC Radio with Chess and Checkerboard 1972 Ad, Kenner 1000 Story Machine 1974 Ad, KF Model Railroad Powerpacks 1962 Ad, Knapp Electric Questioner 1926, Knapp Electric Questioner Game 1932 Ad, Knapp Electric Questioner Library 1928 Ad, Knickerbocker Water Pistol 1953 Ad, Lego Duplo Sets 1984 Ad, Lego PreSchool Sets 1978 Ad, Lepage's Aeroplane Glue 1953 Ad, Lincoln Logs 1951 Ad, Lincoln Logs Cabin 1948 Ad, Lincoln Logs Set 1925 Ad, Loc Blocs Set 1980 Ad, Madison House Circling Train Top 1968 Ad, Marex Soda Fountain 1955 Ad, Meccano Construction Models 1911 Ad, Merco Tank Kits 1951 Ad, Metal Ware Electric Toy Stove 1955 Ad, Model-Craft Candy Set 1955 Ad, Monogram Historical Car Models 1974 Ad, Monogram Models Armored 1975 Ad, Monogram Models Jet Racers 1953 Ad, Motor Bob Miniature Car 1911 Ad, Nikko Radio Control Fireball 1988 Ad, Nintendo DS Game, Kirby Canvas Curse 2005 Ad, Nintendo DS Game, Pokeman Dash 2005 Ad, Nylint Steel Toys 1984 Ad, Odyssey 2 Video Games 1981 Ad, OK Cub Model Engines 1951 Ad, Play-Doh 1975 Ad, Poleconomy Board Game 1988 Ad, Princess Playmate Doll 1960 Ad, R & B Dolls 1952 Ad, Remco Toys 1962 Ad, Resident Evil 2 Playstation Game 1997 Ad, Revell Mighty Mo Battleship 1953 Ad, Revell Scale Models 1958 Ad, Revell Track Demon 4WD Racers 1989 Ad, Richter Anchor Stone 1887 Ad, Roy Rogers School Lunch Kit 1954 Ad, Schuco Ferrari Grand Prix 1992 Ad, Science Program Apollo 1970 Ad, Sesame Street Toys 1971 Ad, Simplikit Model Planes 1951 Ad, Skilcraft Star Finder 1968 Ad, Sony PlayStation 2 Games 2001 Ad, Sony PlayStation PS one Game System 2001 Ad, Spill and Spell Word Game 1958 Ad, Stevens Billiard Tables 1895 Ad, Strato Rocket 1954 Ad, Strombecker Model Plane 1954 Ad, Structo Trucks 1967 Ad, Sturdybird Toys 1947 Ad, Sweet Sue Walking Doll 1953 Ad, Testors Model Plane Kits 1951 Ad, Tiger Hippo-Lot-O-Fun 1980 Ad, Tiger Musical Choo Choo 1980 Ad, Tomy Pushkins 1979 Ad, Tonka Dioramas 1974 Ad, Tootsietoys 1961 Ad, Top Flite Jigtime Flying Models 1953 Ad, Tractall Pedal Tractor 1949 Ad, Transogram Toys Tak-a-Peg 1954, Tripoley Board Game 1963 Ad, Uncle Wiggily Board Game 1953 Ad, Gilbert Super Erector Set 1925, Wankel Battery Operated Engine 1973 Ad, Wankel Model Engine 1973 Ad, Wham-O Sportsman Slingshot 1953, Woolworth's Plasticville Toy Village 1953 Ad, Zero Blaster Ray Gun 2002 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Cox Models Ads published today! Get together with your boy and do some wild things. Launch the Saturn 1B toward outer space. Fly the famous Formula 1 Race Plane "Rivets" around your own course. Conquer rough terrain in the Baja Bug race car. Engineer on the hard-charging American Freight Express. It's easy for you to do all these things. Most of them without going beyond the end of your driveway, because Cox Models are ready to run, launch and fly. What's more, Cox Models stay ready to run after you buy them, because they're precision engineered and built to last. Dad, get together with your boy, but give yourselves both a break. Get him a Cox model too! L. M. Cox Manufacturing Co., Inc. Subsidiary of Leisure Dynamics, Inc. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Sony Electronics Ads published today! For three decades the engineers at Sony have been behind not just one or two, but eighteen major technological innovations in high fidelity. One of their engineers even won a Nobel Prize. The Company found its beginning in the wake of World War II. In 1946, Masaru Ibuka started an electronics shop in a bomb-damaged department store building in Tokyo. The next year, he was joined by his colleague, Akio Morita, and they founded a company called Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation). In 1958 the company name was changed to Sony. The name was chosen for the brand as a mix of two words. One was the Latin word "Sonus", which is the root of sonic and sound and the other, was "Sonny", a familiar term used in 1950s America to call a boy. Sony Electronics Products: Consumer electronics, Semiconductors, Video games, Media/Entertainment, Computer hardware and Telecom equipment. Services: Financial services, insurance, banking, credit finance and advertising agency. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Jello Gelatin Ads published today! Jello Dessert Idea. How giving up nest eggs made more jobs. Orator F. Woodward was the man and it was in Le Roy, New York, before the turn of the century. He was doing well with the nest egg business - but not well enough. So he went into the food business with a coffee substitute. This went well - well enough that he began thinking about branching out and finally became interested in a gelatin dessert which had been perfected by a local builder named Wait. The dessert idea was only a side line with Mr. Wait. Because he wanted to keep on being a carpenter, he sold Mr. Woodward the rights and trade-mark - and the trade-mark was Jell-O! Jell-O - America's Most Famous Dessert! The ideal dessert is one that is light, not too sweet, delicate and not an added burden to digestion; a dainty, for a gracious "farewell", not a substantial course. Dishes that have gelatine as a basis have just these characteristics. They melt in the mouth, they are chilled without being frozen, solid without being hard, and they furnish nutrition in the way of protein and sugars, supplemented by the whipped cream or fruit that is added to them. Have you ever tried these recipes? Jello Chiffon Pie Filling, Jell-O Coconut Cream Pie, Jell-O Lemon Chiffon Pie, Jell-O Lemon Meringue Pudding, Jello Lime Layer Salad, Jell-O Pudding Dessert, Jell-O Pudding Ginger Men, Jell-O Radish Salad, Jell-O Strawberry Dessert, Jell-O Vegetable Salad and Monterey Souffle Salad. Jell-O originally a product of The Genesee Pure Food Company. Currently General Foods Corporation. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New French's Ads published today! Hot Dan The Mustard Man says: "French's Mustard is made of the Finest Spices and Mustard Seed money can buy! It's got that Zing, that certain thing, that thrilling thing called Flavor! The only mustard made with two kinds of specially-grown mustard seed... mixed with oil, spices and flavorings from over the seas... and fine vinegar. Then double-ground. Recipes for sauces, sandwiches, ham, sandwich spreads, hot dogs, salads, barbecue, casseroles - even Hot Dan's sandwich recipe using French's Mustard and peanut butter! Tomato Juice Cocktail - It's a WOW - made with French's Worcestershire Sauce! Says: Victor McLaglen, Alan Ladd, Chester Morris, Pat O'Brien, John Wayne, Warren William, Alan Curtis and Dick Powell. You've put them on top of hamburgers and hot dogs and steaks and pork chops and shish ke-bob and lamb chops and chicken and... That's why their America's #1 tastes. French's Mustard - Mild but Wild. French's Worcester Sauce - The Sizzler. French's Spices and Extracts for better flavor! Used exclusively in Pillsbury's Grand National Recipe and Baking Contests. Prize-winning cooks prefer French's for freshness and natural flavor. Take a tip from those who win - choose French's for all your cooking and Baking! Also try French's Original French Fried Onions, Spaghetti Sauce Mixes and French's Instant Mashed Potatoes! The R. T. French Company. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Tabasco Sauce Ads published today! Over 140 years ago, Mr. E. McIlhenny had already discovered a way to improve TV dinners, microwave pizza, and frozen eggrolls. Frozen food technology was not one of the foremost concerns for the denizens of Avery Island, Louisiana in 1868. In fact, the closest thing to refrigeration back then was winter. But, even then, Mr. E. McIlhenny was a man out to revolutionize the way people ate. A banker by trade and a gourmet by choice, Mr. McIlhenny devoted himself to improving the taste of foods. All kinds of foods. His culinary creativity resulted in the discovery of the liveliest condiment of all. The famed Tabasco pepper sauce. Now, the last 140 years or so have introduced thousands of foods even Mr. McIlhenny could scarcely have envisioned. Things like TV dinners, microwave popcorn, boil-in-bag pasta, and frozen pizza. And today, we can only guess what Mr. McIlhenny would say about all this culinary progress. It would probably be something like, "Please pass the Tabasco sauce." Which just goes to show that the more things change, the more they stay the same. There is only one: Tabasco pepper sauce. The white diamond label, green neckband and red cap identify the original liquid pepper seasoning. Our sauce is made from a special variety of peppers cultivated by the McIlhenny family on Avery Island, Louisiana. Each drop of Tabasco is made from these peppers, which have been aged in oaken casks for three years like fine wine. Also try Tabasco brand Bloody Mary Mix, and Tabasco brand picante sauce. McIlhenny Company. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Movado Watch Ads published today! Our waterproof watches have the sturdy, exquisitely perfect movements made famous by us. Waterproofing perfected and pre-tested by experts - pioneers in waterproof watchmaking. Dustproof - airtight, with unbreakable crystal, waterproof strap or steel bracelet. 15 jewels. Choice of stainless steel and gold, 14-K gold. Moderately priced. Available in three sizes - Standard, Junior, and Baby, regular or sweep second hand. 165 First Prizes and Grand Awards. Sold and Serviced by Leading Jewelers All Over the World (1940). Keeps the World On Time. Our leadership in watchmaking is world famous, the organizations cover the five continents. Travel the universe - and you will find our quality products sold wherever you go (1954). More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Rolex Watch Ads published today! Everything about a Rolex brings it to the pinnacle of the watchmaker's art. The Oyster case is hewn from a solid block of gold or stainless steel. The patented Twinlock winding crown screws down onto the case (similar to a submarine hatch) to provide an utterly secure barrier against water and dirt. The Rolex crystal is meticulously diamond-cut for a micro-perfect match with its case. And ingeniously designed so that it actually seals tighter under pressure. (Deep underwater, for instance). Into this practically impregnable case goes the peerless Perpetual movement. Each is mad the Old World Way. With pride. And patience. By dedicated Swiss watchmakers, heirs to a tradition of excellence. One at a time, the movements are hand-tuned to exceptional accuracy. A gravity-powered rotor (invented by Rolex) means that wrist movement does the winding, the wearer never needs to give it a thought. Every single Rolex movement is submitted to one of the impartial Swiss Institutes for Chronometer Tests for 15 full days of rigid trials. Only on passing does it win the coveted "Chronometer" rating. (Although Rolex accounts for only a tiny fraction of all Swiss watch production, nearly half of all the chronometer certificates ever awarded have gone to Rolex). A sign of a special kind of man. You'll feel it the minute you wear a Rolex of your own. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Elgin Watch Ads published today! Elgin's First Watch and Elgin's First President. B. W. Raymond, Whig patriot, far-sighted pioneer and third mayor of Chicago, was the first president of the Elgin Watch Factory. Elgin's first watch produced in the little frame factory in 1867, was named in his honor. Its completion marked the end of the ancient tradition, "the broken watch must go back to the maker of the broken part". For the Elgin working principal is "all parts interchangeable". From that day forward, Jewelers all over the world have carried repair stocks of standardized Elgin parts, each one the precise replica of the broken part it so quickly and perfectly replaces. Cave-Man's burning grass rope, Babylon's Sun-Dial, Egypt's Water Clock, King Alfred's Time Candle - all down through the ages, old Father Time has seen the world's timepieces slowly but steadily drawing nearer to the timekeeping marvels of our own day. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Ford Model T Ads published today! President Taft gave the Starting Signal. It is June 1, 1909. For weeks the papers have been full of the exciting news. Now, before the New York City Hall five horseless carriages - an Acme, a Shawmut, an Itala and two Model T Fords - stand hub to hub. Anxiously mechanics make final adjustments. Then, from the White House, President Taft flashes the starting signal. And America's first transcontinental auto race is under way. Days later, Ford Car Number 2 - the winner - entered the gates of Seattle's Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. As he awarded the trophy cup, Colonel M. Robert Guggenheim said: "Mr. Ford's theory that a light-weight car, highly powered... can go places where heavier cars cannot go, and can beat heavier cars costing five and six times as much, on the steep hill or on bad roads, has been proved. I believe Mr. Ford has the solution of the problem of the popular automobile." More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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