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We have a number of Federal Art Project / WPA posters from the late 1930s now available as Juniper Gallery Fine Art Prints! Including, yes, the much- requested oral-realist masterpiece Keep Your Teeth Clean. High-resolution, digitally restored and printed on Arches Infinity archival French art paper.
"Chas. E. Blaney's Big Extravaganza Success." This is a lithograph advertising the theatrical comedy "A Female Drummer," c. 1898. View full size.
A very early use of Coca-Cola's now-familiar Spencerian script logo (at least the earliest example we could find in a newspaper archive of more than 64 million pages) was in this April 15, 1894, ad for the Douglas, Thomas & Davison soda fountain in Atlanta, birthplace of Coke and home of the new Coca-Cola museum. [Credit: NewspaperArchive.com]