Sunday, August 1, 2010

Belsaude Viteri Cigarettes, 1915

Scanned from Portuguese magazine Ilustração Portugueza, nº472, 1915. Click image for 990 x 1500 size.

"He eats well, sleeps well and he's always happy and cheerful, because between two cigars he smokes the aromatic and medicinal cigarettes, extra elegant.

Belsaude, with the Viteri seal

Used by elegant ladies because they perfume your breath and avoid tooth decay. Used by singers, preachers, actors and public speakers, because they strengthen the vocal cords and clear your voice.

Fights the harmful effects of nicotine."

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