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Magazine Art: Toys and Games
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Minimalist picture (tiny ad!) for a classic slingshot. Let's go, boys; no matter where you go, fishing, hunting, boating, to the country, sea shore or the mountains, you'll need a Zip-Zip. Wherever a gun is sold, a s Zip-Zip is sold. See cut of rabbit. Kill rabbit. From the Automatic Rubber Company, of Columbia, South Carolina. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, stone, shoot, throw, hunt, varmint
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Immediately recognizable and a cultural icon of the American twentieth century is this full page of individual little ads for Johnson Smith & Co.; this one is from the May, 1919 issue of the ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, toys, games, gun, snake, tricks, jokes
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Ad for Stieff Toys, a waddling duck on eccentric wheels. Published in the January, 1915 issue of the LADIES' HOME JOURNAL.
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Teddy Bear for free, but first you have to sell six "Whole Bear Family" pillow tops, and send them the $1.50 you earned. (You get a free pillow top in the deal.) Published in the September 15, 1907 issue of NEW IDEAS. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, toy, plush, scam, door-to-door, sleep, bed
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Ad for Bicycle Playing Cards, demonstrated in playing "I Doubt It" -- just one of the many simple, jolly card games that you can learn from "The Official Rules of Card Games." Published in a circa 1916 issue of LIFE, the Humor Magazine. Here are three Jacks -- but are they? Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Games, magazine covers, vintage magazines,...
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The joy of Father and Boy, working together on chemical experiments with many chemicals no lawyers would let you get your hands on today. Want to know why we don't know anything any more? Published in the February, 1921 issue of SCIENCE AND INVENTION. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, chemist, role model, learning
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Ad for Daisy Air Rifles, from the November 8, 1913 issue of the SATURDAY EVENING POST. After all, there's nothing that will bring that wide smile of perfect joy to a boy's face like a gun. Looks like the same kid, the "Happy Daisy Boy," in a pair of ads that are linked by the same graphical design elements of a boy with a gun and a block of text in a circle. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, target, defense, protection, skill, shooting
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Looks like a lot of fun for the family! Try "The War in Cuba," "Merry Christmas," "The Battle of Manila," or Pillow-Dex (the Merriest of Fun)." Published in the December, 1898 issue of BLACK CAT. Artist: Source: Scrimbab Restoration by: magscanner
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Ad for the Bluine Stereopticon, as published in the November, 1905 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Boys and girls, now you can run your own travelogue shows! Built of brass by fine German craftsmen.
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, display, lecture, show, projector, projection
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Training. War is here. From the September, 1918 issue of AMERICAN BOY. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
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Carbide cannons and guns, powered by Bangsite and water. Safe, but noisy. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, explosion, cannonade, salute, acetylene, boom
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Twenty-five different electrical apparatus for your budding experimenter. Radio was just about to hit big and become the new sensation. Published in the February, 1921 issue of SCIENCE AND INVENTION. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, code, telegraph, magnetic, electrics
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Ad for the Scout Automatic Cap Pistol, from the November 8, 1913 issue of the SATURDAY EVENING POST. After all, there's nothing that will bring that wide smile of perfect joy to a boy's face like a gun. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, battle, noise, gunfight, duel, Old West
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Here are all of the toys that delight a boy of the twenties, available as premiums for selling subscriptions. Baseballs and accessories, stilts, kits, more baseball accessories, bats, balls, mitts, gloves, posters, and a hand-held paper game of baseball. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, sales, commissions, sports, games
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Ad for Schoenhut wooden dolls, and Humpty Dumpty Circus Toys, from the December, 1911 issue of GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
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Teddy Bear for free, but you have to sell five Irish linen centerpieces at 25 cents each; when you've sold them, send the $1.25 to F. R. Bird and they'll send you your Teddy. Published in the September 15, 1907 issue of NEW IDEAS. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, toy, plush, scam, door-to-door, table,...
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Ad for Daisy Air Rifles, from the September 27, 1913 issue of the SATURDAY EVENING POST. There's not much you can say about this ad. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, target, defense, protection, skill, shooting
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100 fundamental experiments in one electrical outfit. Wow! Published in the March, 1925 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, battery, compass, galvanometer, solenoid,...
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Chemistry lab for $7.00. 41 chemicals and reagents! Published in the January, 1924 issue of RADIO NEWS. Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, acids, manual, course, weights, volume, glass...
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Ad for the laughable new game of Pillow-Dex, as published in the November, 1896 issue of COSMOPOLITAN. Apparently it was a precursor to Ping-Pong. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
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One grand picture, of a boy having the time of his life, and hundreds and hundreds of words. No mind, the picture does it; the words are there just to make the parents feel good about buying it for the kid. Wow! Published in the May, 1925 issue of PHOTOPLAY. Artist: Source: Charles Perrien Restoration by: Charles Perrien
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, car, auto, speed, metal, hunk, hurl, crash,...
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Astralite Billiard Bed, Brunswick light-weight demountable pocket billiard table with removable or folding legs. Five dollars down, ten cents a day to buy; $27 and up total. Published in the October, 1915 issue of ILLUSTRATED WORLD. Artist: Source: MagazineArt.org Physical Archives Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Games, carom, pockets, wood, Vermont slate, Monarch...
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The Old Scout stops painting the bottom of his canoe long enough to tell three young boys that they'll need to practice shooting with their Daisy Air Rifles so they'll be ready when it comes time to start shooting real rifles. Pump Gun and Military models offered. Published in the June, 1923 issue of AMERICAN BOY Artist: Neagle Source: Magazine collector Steve Davis Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, shooting, target, practice, geezer, knowledge,...
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A telescope, not strictly a toy; but it certainly looks like a toy when compared to the real thing. From the August, 1899 issue of the PEOPLE'S HOME JOURNAL. Source: Mariangela Buch Restoration by: magscanner
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Toys and Games, Toys, distance, view