Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Several Ads, 1910s-1920s

Several Ads, 1910s-1920s, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Scanned from Bronwen Meredith's "Vogue Body and Beauty Book" 1977. Click image for 679 x 994 size.


Royal Vinolia Vanishing Cream.
Beauty on Duty has a Duty to beauty. 1918.

Bottom, above left:

Savon du Docteur Dentifrice Pierre
Dr. Pierre's (of the Paris Faculty of Medicine) Dentifrices
The Dentifrice of her Dreams. 1919.

Bottom, bellow left:

Brilliant Eyes Liquid Kohol Egyptian. An Oriental preparation for darkening the eyebrows and eyelashes, promotes the growth. Will not rub off.
Price 2/6 and 5/6 the case. Prepared by Unwin & Albert 6 Belgrave Mansions, London S.W.1916

Bottom right:

Toilette Monpelas Chimiste Parfumeur
Crême Malaceine
Paris Monpelas
Parfumeur Chimiste
For motorcar excursions, a woman's complexion finds, in a previous application of Malacéine Toilet Cream, the most effective defense against the excessive irritation caused by rush of air and high speed. You protect your eyes. Protect your complexion. 1920.

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