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Advertising2036 of 9562Reproduction Promo Items - Tiger in your Tankcast metal "MONTGOMERY Dependable ESCALATORS" nameplate
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    Posted 4 years ago

    goodeyeguy
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    This old advertisement in very good condition is something I know nothing about. I just can't pass up free items , if anybody knows about this help is need it thank

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    1. SpiritBear, 4 years ago
      You have to be careful with these 'fashion plates', particularly from that magazine and a couple others. Many were reproduced using the original plates.
    2. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
      I have always called them Godey prints . They could be found in Harper's Magazine for one . The showed the style of clothes in fashion in France in 1800's and they were purchased by ladies in US to see what the fashion trends were . They are always beautifully done but actually were a form of advertising . France was the leader in Fashion setting and I believe they still are . Women would then have seamstress's make them these fancy dress's . I have many that are framed and matted . They make great pictures to hang :-)

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