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Original 1940's Mutoscope Pinup Vending Card Lithograph - All American Girls - What Hoe! (AAG2)

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Card Title: What Hoe!
Series: All American Girls
Artist: Gil Elvgren

PHOTOS ARE OF ACTUAL CARDS, Please look carefully at photos. What you see is what you get.

Mutoscope cards were produced in the '40s and dispensed by vending machines for around two cents a pop at fairs, carnivals and arcades. They have a distinctive size of 5.25" x 3.25". All Mutoscope cards carry the inscription 'A Mutoscope Card' on them somewhere. The format was used for other subjects such as cheesecake photos, cars, sports and movie stars. You know, guy stuff. The pinup series can be broken down by the six series produced by Brown & Bigelow and Louis F. Dow, both major players in the calendar art business.

The Mutoscope sets range in value from the Glamour Girls and Artist Pinups, which are most common, to the Yankee Doodle Girls and Follies, which are quite rare.


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Original 1940's Mutoscope Pinup Vending Card Lithograph - All American Girls - What Hoe! (AAG2)

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: cardstock
  • Feedback: 158 reviews
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