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Magazine Art: Banks, Insurance Companies, and Brokerages

Money. Ads for those people who have grabbed onto your money, and will only reluctantly give it back to you.

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Ad for Equitable Life Assurance, from an early 1900's issue of HARPER'S MONTHLY. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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What makes Buzzie write like this? He hasn't learned to Plan Ahead. You're the adult, so sign up for this human-nature-proof plan for savings. Dog looks carefully, with head cocked but eyes on the paper, wondering if Buzzie will ever figure it out; he'd say something, but he just remembered a date with a rubber ball. Published in the September, 1949 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Groucho Marx, no less, shows how money isn't everything. No, wait, yes it is. So get more by putting money aside from your payroll. Cartoons of Groucho not signed. Published in a 1947 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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A great picture, and a long piece about how people create; bet you didn't know it was going to be an ad for an ad agency. Really quite a nice piece of advertising itself. Published in the October 2, 1920 issue of the SATURDAY EVENING POST. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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Patriotic series of ads by Prudential, signed but not readable at this size. Charles Carroll of Carrollton, signer of the Declaration of Independence for Maryland, gave his home address. Published in an unidentified 1923 magazine. Artist: Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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Ad for life insurance, told in the form of flash fiction. "He left his family without life insurance." There are many things I must do At Once. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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All these family members, what one gift would please them all? Money, as always. Published in a 1946 issue of WOMAN'S DAY. Artist: Source: Anonymous contributor Restoration by: magscanner
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Reassuring image of a fireman bringing the hose up to put your fire out. Hartford paid out more than ten million dollars in the San Francisco earthquake fire. From the August, 1912 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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That 9 1/2% right in the middle is there to catch your eye. Everything else is just by way of explanation. Not great art, but definitely advertising. From the November 11, 1911 issue of JUDGE. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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William Whipple of New Hampshire, the man who wouldn't quit, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Published in the April 3, 1924 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Artist: Source: eBay sellers Restoration by: Mariangela Buch
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