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Vintage Calendar Sample with Arrow Laundry Advertising - 1958
This is an old advertising calendar from 1958. The painted metal plaque has a place for paper calendar months and a place for a photo. The original instructions call it The New Morco Personalized Photo Plax. Across the top, above the calendar is advertising that reads; Arrow Laundry Service along with a slogan, an address and phone number and; Sample No. 170. It has a phony 1958 calendar with blank pages after January and a cute picture of two terrier type dogs behind the protective plastic sheet. It was meant to be hung on the wall with a single hole at the top center. This was used as a product sample for a salesman to show potential buyers. It comes with its original salesman’s box. Inside the lid there is a price list for this product which would have been 36c each when 100 were ordered.
It measures about 4 3/8” by 6” and is in very good condition. There is a small tear on the right edge of the paper calendar sheet. The box measures about 4 7/8” by 6 ¾” and is also in very good condition with minimal wear.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
Don't forget to check out the other collectible advertising items in our shop, perfect for adding a bit of vintage to your decor!
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