Here’s another green bean label, this time by Red Moon. This was made in the 1920s-1930s in Baltimore, Maryland. The lithographer was Simpson & Doeller. To give you a little more perspective, the label is 4.25″ x 11″. You can buy this one for your collection on Etsy.
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Yet another set of Halloween goodies, this time from the 1930s. You can never go wrong with Liberty Magazine. And how creepy (yet strangely cool) is that cat decoration? Via Graves and Ghouls.
I kept finding images with giant pumpkins in them and it cracked me up. I felt it was my duty to share. Via Graves and Ghouls.
Thrilling Mystery Magazine (1935) and Dime Mystery Magazine (1947). “Weird, menacing thrills on every page!” xVia Magazine Art.
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