Vintage S & H Green Stamps Ads published today! S & H Green Stamps Travel Incentive Program 1964 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Anaconda Copper & Brass Ads published today! (1945) Anaconda Brass Hardware. No other equipment for your home must withstand such rough usage as hardware. Hardware that is truly worthy of its name is made of solid brass. The American Brass Company does not make hardware, but, for more than a century, has supplied brass, bronz and other copper alloys to leading manufacturers. (1945) Anaconda Copper & Brass. Divers, toiling on the bottom, depend on copper for the helmets that permit them to breathe, for light in the murky depths, for telephone communication and for the cutting torches that sever the twisted steel of sunken ships. During its 130 years of experience, The American Brass Company has developed a wide variety of copper alloys to meet specific marine needs. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Olin Industries Ads published today! Olin Industries 1946 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Alcoa Aluminum Ads published today! Alcoa Aluminum Men and Women 1942 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage FTD Flowers Ads published today! FTD Flowers 1946 Ad. FTD Valentine's Day Flowers 1947 Ad. FTD Say It With Flowers 1942 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Alcoa Aluminum Ads published today! (1963) Alcoa Aluminum Duranel. It cooks like aluminum (because it is). It cleans like stainless (because it is). The original product that brings you the best of both worlds in cookware. Trademark of Aluminum Company of America. (1941) Alcoa Aluminum for Defense. The Timetable of Aluminum for Defense up to Sept. 1, 1941. Aluminum for an America that is doing the impossible. (1953) Alcoa Aluminum Products. Leading stores are featuring these gifts now. Canoe, outboard motors, reels, minnow pails, ice buckets, bathinette, Kiddie chair, luggage, golf cart, utensils, pressure cooker, Snack-pak picnic case, safety light, portable roaster, giftware, gas engines for model planes, Wear-Ever foil, stepladder. Mentions: See It Now, featuring Edward R. Murrow, CBS. Aluminum Company of America. (1956) Alcoa Aluminum. Design and photography by Herbert Matter. Forecast: There's a world of aluminum in the wonderful world of tomorrow. Alcoa Inc. (from Aluminum Company of America) is an American public company best known for its work with lightweight metals and advanced manufacturing techniques. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Business Ads published today! Aluminum Company of America, Western Union Hotel Reservations, United States Steel, 3M Barbara Moehrl, National Lead Company Solder, Sheet Steel Trade Extension, Armco Special Steels, Anaconda Copper & Brass, Knights of Columbus Religious Info, Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage FTD Florists Ads published today! (1964) FTD Flowers with Arthur Godfrey. Everybody's doing it. Ordering flowers by phone. Sending them to family and friends all over the US and Canada. Making people happy. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage FTD Florists Ads published today! (1965) Anniversary Flowers. A dozen roses, and write on the card: Happy Anniversary from that guy who pinched you in Pittsburgh. Order flowers by number from your F.T.D. Selection Guide. Get one from any F.T.D. florist. It shows you 39 floral gift suggestions. Florists Telegraph Delivery. Interflora. Worldwide. (1947) FTD Beautiful Sympathy Flowers. When a friend or dear one passes away, we naturally want to convey our feelings of sympathy and respect, and beautiful fresh flowers most always express our thoughts better than words. Authorized Florists Telegraph Delivery Shop. (1947) Birthday Flowers. Any F.T.D. florist in US, or Canada will speed beautiful flowers by wire anywhere within a few hours. The Winged Mercury Seal on his window means guaranteed satisfaction. (1987) FTD Celebrate Bouquet. Send a celebration worth SHOUTING about. The beautiful flowers, colorful bowl and fun box make it a celebration anyone will shout about. (1953) Christmas Flowers. Say Merry Christmas this tender, graceful way, with Flowers By Wire through F.T.D. Look for Speedy and the Mercury Emblem. They identify the right shops all over the world. (1949) Easter Corsage. Lovely ladies are enchanted with Flowers by Wire, the gift preferred for the Easter Parade! Eastertime is truly flower time! Homes become more gay and vibrant with lovely plants and bouquets. Hat - Sally Victor. Suit - Paul Parnes. (1960) Something warm and human and wonderful happens when you send flowers by wire. For the 50th year the Winged Mercury emblem guarantees quality and delivery - or your money back. (1963) FTD Flower Bouquets. Our new catalog shows 21 flower arrangements you can send anywhere in the USA or Canada, simply by phoning or visiting an F.T.D. florist. Prices range from $6 to $12, vase included. (1935) Flower Delivery. It's easy to say, I'll write a check, but only flowers can say, I still love you. Flowers, the gift of fragrance and beauty! So go to a florist who shows the Winged Mercury Emblem of the Florists Telegraph Delivery Association. Send for your free copy of How To Enjoy Flowers, by Bert Schiller McDonald, internationally known flower stylist. (1948) Flowers by Wire. Here's the answer for busy Christmas Shoppers! You can cover the whole family with one gift, a beautiful Poinsettia plant, a Christmas table arrange ment or a lovely bouquet. Dress - Gothe Original. All F.T.D. florists display the Winged Mercury emblem on their window. (1944) FTD Flowers for Birthdays. In any event wire Flowers. Illustrator: Willard Downes. Through pooling delivery facilities, F.T.D. Florists are conserving manpower, gasoline and rubber. Because of this, flowers can still be delivered. (1954) Flowers for Mother's Day. Remember Mom. Say it with Flowers By Wire. Simply stop in or phone your F.T.D. Florist. The shop with Speedy and the famous Mercury Emblem. (1944) FTD Flowers, Guy Lombardo. Remembers his mother with flowers by wire on his birthday. On your birthday, when she's thinking of you, send flowers to her, by telegraph, if you're away. (1944) Hildegarde gets a Birthday Bouquet by Wire. From her friend, Jerome Kern in Miami, lovely Hildegarde receives birthday flowers in New York by Telegraph. (1945) FTD Flowers, Mrs. James Melton. Mr. Melton hits the perfect note for Valentine's Day. Flowers By Wire. It's always exciting to be remembered with flowers by telegraph from my husband when he's away from home, says Mrs. Melton - on Valentine's Day or any day! (1944) Shirley Temple in New York, gets flowers by telegraph from her father in Los Angeles. (A grand idea for Thanksgiving). F.T.D florists are everywhere, but not all florists are members of Florists Telegraph Delivery Association. So look for the F.T.D. Seal. (1956) FTD Get Well Flowers. Say it with Flowers By Wire. A bouquet of bright, fresh colorful flowers lets them know they are still very much a part of your thoughts. Your nearest F.T.D. Florist can arrange for the delivery of flowers anywhere in the world, quickly, easily, inexpensively. (1987) FTD Interflora Florist. Nonstop service to 132 countries. Whether it's for business or for a faraway loved one, nobody can send a beautiful floral gift to so many places like an F.T.D. Registered trademark FTDA. (1961) Ask your F.T.D. florist to show you this beautiful gift of carnations and bright spring flowers artistically arranged and available in a variety of colors. Traditional Mothers Day Gift in Keepsake Milk Glass Vase. (1971) FTD Pitcher and Bowl SG-15. Send her a Speed-A-Gift by wire. Speed-A-Gift is any one of an exciting selection of lasting gifts filled with a bouquet of fresh flowers. You can send one almost anywhere through an FTD florist. SG-15, Pitcher and Bowl. Real pottery, not porcelain. Richly designed to capture that old-world charm. (1953) Thank You Flowers. Say it with Flowers By Wire. Flowers give your gratitude an extra touch of glamor. (2001) FTD Valentines Lasting Romance Bouquet. Love Alert. Valentine's Day is approaching. Visit your FTD Florist now. February 14th is Valentine's Day. Order the Lasting Romance Bouquet. On August 18, 1910, fifteen American florists led by John Valentine, a Denver lawyer and floral company owner, agreed to serve each other's out-of-town customers by exchanging orders via telegraph, and was called Florists' Telegraph Delivery. In 1914, the company adopted Mercury Man as its logo, to emphasize the speed of delivery. In 1965, it began offering international order, and took the name of Florists' Transworld Delivery. The Mercury Network, the electronic network used by FTD, processes about fifteen million orders annually, through about 50,000 FTD affiliates in 154 countries, of which about 20,000 are in the United States and Canada. 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Vintage Business Ads published today! Air Reduction Sales Company, Alcoa Aluminum, Alcoa Aluminum Duranel, Allied Moving Company, American Can Company Canco Cans, American Can Company Recipes, American Red Cross War Fund, America's Electric Light and Power Co., America's Power Companies, Barre Guild Monuments, Boys Town, Budd Company, Budd Rail Diesel Car, Budd Train Builders, Budd Trains, Can Manufacturers Institute, Chase Brass & Copper Company, Dodds Granite Company, Du Pont Nylon Fibers, Ebay, Ebay Computer Listings, Edison Electric Institute, Ford Road Show, Arthur Godfrey, Forest Stewardship Council, Fuller Construction, Henry Stuckstede Bell Foundry Company, Kennecott Copper Corporation, Mayflower Van Lines, Monsanto Chemical Company, Monsanto Plastic Meat Trays, National Association of Realtors, National Cotton Batting Institute, National Lead Company, NORML, North American Van Lines, People For The American Way, Prevent Forest Fires, Recognized Hatter Plaque, Rock of Ages Barre Granite Monuments, Rock of Ages Family Monuments, Rock of Ages Granite, Rock of Ages Memorials, Rock of Ages Seal, Sears Laboratory, Sears Silvertone Radio, Shadeland Live Stock, Spencer Fireworks, St. Louis Globe Democrat, TRW Valves, Union Carbide Products, Union Electric, United Van Lines, US Postal Service Click-N-Ship, US Postal Service Express Mail, US Postal Service Free Carrier Pickup, USPS Click-N-Ship, USPS Express Mail Overnight Service, USPS Express Mail Service, USPS Self-Service Postal Centers, Weirton Steel Company, Weirton Steel Tin Cans and Wilbert Burial Vault. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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