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An add for Coca-Cola in The PaC-SaC, a student publication from the Presbyterian College of South Carolina, circa 1922.

From Grocery Shelves To Pop Culture: A Century of Coca-Cola Bottles

An add for Coca-Cola in The PaC-SaC, a student publication from the Presbyterian College of South Carolina, circa

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Coca-Cola advertising 1886 – 1899 This was when coke had 'coke' in it. It was a cure all back then

The Hair Hall of Fame

Vintage ad for the gift of psychokenisis to give you a hairy chest. Hmm, so Chattanooga must be filled with hairy-chested he-men?

Vintage Coca-Cola Ad by helena

Vintage Coca-Cola Ad by helena

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Coca-Cola, originally the ideal brain tonic. Coca-Cola is created by John Pemberton in Atlanta, GA, as a hangover cure and a stomach ache/headache remedy. Cocaine was an ingredient of Coke until 1904 when Congress banned it.

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Alcohol, cannabis, chloroform and morphine for your cough. - Kohler's One Night Cough Cure manufactured in 1888 by Kohler Medicine Company, Baltimore, Maryland. (*THAT should cure my cough)

Advertisements You Will Never See Again

Advertisements You Will Never See Again

This advertisement is trying to sell the Kenwood Chef, saying that the women have to cook but the Kenwood does everything else. This picture also says that wives are for cooking.

When babies used to shave. Because a nice smooth baby reflects well upon the parents.

Baby- Face Bias: This ad would catch someone's attention because of the cute baby-face in it and then realize that the ad is for a razor. "Gillette safety razor- made especially for those that must start shaving early in life"

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Sao Paulo ad agency Moma Propaganda created a stunning series of posters using retro illustrations to promote social media services as part of the project “Everything Ages Fast.

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Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from how times have changed. bkuschova Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from how times have changed. Vintage Weight GAIN Ads from how times have changed.

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