Exotic Advertising Cards
from Turn of the Century
These four pretty ad card illustrations are from the early 1910s.
Two are Japanese (Madame Butterfly) influenced, selling Acme Soap and Brook's Spool Cotton; One is a dutch design selling chocolate, and the last is a masquerade setting "John D'Arguimbau DEMI" with the caption in French saying "The Language of Flowers." I don't know what they are selling.
One 8.5" x 11" page, laser printed on archival 32# paper, and stored in a crystal clear seal-top bag.
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