This is a wonderful 1913 magazine cover drawing called, “The High Cost of Living,“ by Walter Tittle. It show 2 children frustrated in an ice cream shop when the price of ice cream cones went from 2 for 5 cents to 5 cents each. Note the great vintage artwork. An ADDED BONUS is on the reverse side is an ad for Coca-Cola for 5 cents . See 2nd scan. They are on the front and back of a SINGLE page and not 2 separate pages. A neat item with a glimpse to the past.
PLEASE NOTE: This is an original vintage magazine cover and not a reprint.
The drawing is 9x11 page and in color. It is in very good condition with nice color and detail. PLEASE NOTE: any waves in the picture are the result of the scanner and do not appear on the actual product. Your item will be sent protected by a plastic sleeve with backboard.
Vintage advertisements and art are becoming more and more collectible for their nostalgia look and unique eye-appeal. They also are suitable for framing and are becoming more scarce as the supply of vintage paper products continues to decrease.
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