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Vintage ad All-Steel 4000 Line office furniture ca. 1960 desk Mad Men era - Free U.S. shipping

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This is an actual page cut out from a vintage architecture magazine that was too worn and damaged to be sold intact. The ad is undated but I believe this magazine issue was from 1960.

Advertisement for the All-Steel 4000 Line of office furniture. Color photo of desks, filing cabinets, etc. in a modern office setting.

Many thanks to Alice of the Etsy shop Alibi for including this item in her Front Page treasury! http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NTkxNjM4N3wyNTEzNzcwMDM5/in-a-mad-man-mood

Size: Page is approximately 12-1/8 x 8-5/8 inches.

Condition issues: Large creases toward bottom; right corner clipped.

Another beautiful ad on reverse, for Stylon ceramic tile, but it is missing text, which was cut off. (See Image 2.)

This ad would look very handsome framed. Great gift for lovers of Mid-Century Modern office style as seen in TV's "Mad Men". Fun decor for a retro office!

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Vintage ad All-Steel 4000 Line office furniture ca. 1960 desk Mad Men era - Free U.S. shipping

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: vintage advertisement
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
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