These frameable images, each 10" x 6 ¾", are original adverts from National Geographic Magazine from the 1930s and 1940s. The ads, in the main, feature 'automobiles' and indicate the growing consumer society of the USA at the time. When the USA entered WW2 ads in National Geographic by the same and similar companies announced their involvement in their production of weapons, naval craft and vehicles.
If buying more than one item, multiple ads (up to 5) can be posted for the same rate as one.
These items are ideal for framing and would make an unusual addition to any room.
This ad features the 1937 Pontiac with a Unisteel Turret Top Fisher body.
This ad features the 1941 Plymouth with 'powermatic shifting' and a 'new fashion-tone interior'.
This ad features a sleek Nash automobile with a convertible bed for overnight stops!
This ad features a 1938 Nash automobile with 'Hurricane Power'.
This ad features the De Luxe Plymouth Sedan.
This ad, from 1934, features the General Dual Balloon 'blowout-proof' tyre.
This ad features the 1941 Oldsmobile with a Fisher body.
This ad, from 1934, features a beautiful shiny red Buick.
This is an advert for Darryl F Zanuck's production of 'Stanley & Livingstone' starring Spencer Tracey, Nancy Kelly and Richard Greene.
This ad features a 4-door yellow sedan.