“Fort McHenry, where 1100 men saved a city and wrote a song” is the theme of this 1957 original advertisement salute to For Henry National Monument. Featured in the ad is a scene of tourist at Ft. McHenry and some soldiers in uniform. It was here in 1814 that Francis Scott Key was inspired by the American colors still flying to write “The Star Spangled Banner.” See the scan.
The ad is on a 7x10 page and in color. It is in very good condition with nice color and detail. This item will be sent protected by a plastic sleeve with backboard.
Vintage advertisements and articles 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. Please note this is an original, vintage product advertisement and NOT a reproduction.
Both regular shipping for $3.99 and expedited shipping for $6.99 are offered. All
additional ads are shipped FREE with the first one. Will ship worldwide for $24.95.
1-3 business days
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