Herbold Pomade, original box and glass container with contents, never used. It was a controversial product; introduced in the 1940's it was brought before the Federal Courts and Federal Trade Commission in 1951. A cease and desist order was issued regarding false advertising and promises. Matters were resolved and advertising was revised stating to "gradually tone down gray". It was developed by Hollywood chemist, M. Herbold. Guaranteed to not rub off on your pillow or discolor clothing, satisfaction or money back offer was standing. In 1961, 1 oz. retailed for $1.25. Box is 2 1/8" square, 1 3/4" tall, cardboard, two sides are printed with "How to Use" and "Caution" statement. It was a rocky road for the product and as late as 1968 the courts were still reviewing their advertising. The pomade was contained in a milk glass jar, one ounce container with paper wrap around label with How to Use and Caution instructions, metal twist off lid has a ding. 1 5/8" tall, 2" diameter jar was made by Hazel Atlas Glass Co. See photos of this and other hair products we have listed for sale. To purchase with MC or VISA please call Drury House Antiques 802-824-4395 EST or use PAYPAL At Drury House Antiques we are offering the last of a massive 12k piece antique pharmacy collection. Some of the best saved for last. It will take us a while but we will be actively adding items. So in addition to the 150+ pharmacy and drugstore items available for sale right now we will be adding more. All are ON SALE, tins, glass bottles, apothecary jars, unopened bottles in original boxes. All bottles are clean. NO damage, NO cracks, NO chips. The VALUE in advertising Pharmacy items is CONDITION, CONDITION, CONDITION. We only sell pristine, original, excellent quality advertising items priced well below the book and wholesale price.
To purchase with MC or VISA please call Drury House Antiques 802-824-4395 EST or use PAYPAL We combine shipping and insurance on multiple orders whenever possible