Saturday, November 6, 2010

Ipswich Hosiery, 1925

Ipswich Hosiery ad, 1925
Ipswich Hosiery ad, 1925, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 649 x 876 size. Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s".

"For style, texture, color and shapeliness Ipswich has set a new standard of value in dollar hoisiery. Our finest fashioned stockings cost a little more, and most Ipswich men's hosiery - even in pure silk - cost less, but the dollar-a-pair styles will probably always be the best known wherever people buy wisely to buy well.

From sturdy 25-cent hosiery for children to sheer $1.85 full-fashioned styles for women you will find the Ipswich line complete in fine lisle, tayon, pure silk and soft wool for every kind of wear and every season of the year.

A Hallowe'en Sale 'To Make New Friends'

This week makes the opening of the greatest sale of Ipswich hosiery ever planned. Ipswich dealers all over the country are offering our finest zephy-weight woolen stockings at 69 cents a pair.

A regular One Dollar Value - now only 69 cents."

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