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June, 1928 Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan Magazine Ad measures 11.5" x 7.5". It shows 8 million sold a day. It is in a sepia tone with an ad for Palmolive on the reverse side "Keep That Schoolgirl Complexion". Either side is worthy for framing or gifting. There are some small damages mostly on the Palmolive side: upper right where a sticker was removed, on left margin is a small piece of tape, and the month of June shows, but not the year.

The Coca-Cola side is in good condition with some thin parts that spilled over from the Palmolive side. The Coca-Cola side is my favorite...I am a Coke over Pepsi lover. The slogans were: The Best Served Drink in the World and It Had To Be Good To Get Where It Is. I guess "The Pause That Refreshes" came later? Don't you love the Argyle socks on the guy sipping Coke through the straw. All of the graphics are definitely period!

This item comes from a non-smoking, no-pet home.

Postage includes insurance and tracking.

I ship internationally. I will be glad to combine shipments. Please email me and I will give you a shipping quote.
Lynne Grant-Tull

June, 1928 Cosmopolitan Magazine Coca-Cola or Palmolive Soap Ad


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: Paper, Sepia Ink
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 223 reviews
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