“Welcome in peace, more welcome in work,” is the theme of this 1943 WW2 era original vintage advertisement salute for Coca-Cola Soft Drinks. It features WW2 home front plant workers enjoying 5 cent Coke. This ad is in good condition with wear and aging as it was the back cover of a vintage magazine. There is not subscription label or stamp.
A BONUS is another ad on the opposite side of the same page by Willys-Overland Trucks and Jeeps featuring a nice WW2 combat drawing of engineers constructing a bridge at New Guinea River while under fire. The artwork is by famous war artist James Sessions. This ad is in good to very good condition with less wear than the Coke ad.
The ads are large 10x14 in size. Please see the scans.
REMEMBER: these are NOT 2 separate items but the front and back of a SINGLE page. They are both being listed because of possible multiple interests or topics.
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 scarcer as the supply of vintage paper products continues to decrease. Please note this is an original, vintage product advertisement and NOT a reproduction.
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