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He's Easy to Please - Husband Pleasin' Ranch Style Beans Advertisement, 1950s Sign for Framing, Panel from a Great Western Foods Box

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This is a panel from a box which originally held cans of Ranch Style Beans made by Great Western Foods. The ad copy boasts they are “Husband Pleasin’.” The panel measures about 18” x 9.25”. The top edge was already cut when I got the box, and it’s not precisely straight, but could probably be evened up with a pair of scissors. There is normal 50+-year-old-storage-box wear to the cardboard, including one light crease through the can and one small tear on the top edge and another on the bottom. The condition is exactly as shown. This would look great framed on a kitchen wall.

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Catherine Johnson

He's Easy to Please - Husband Pleasin' Ranch Style Beans Advertisement, 1950s Sign for Framing, Panel from a Great Western Foods Box

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: cardboard, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Arkansas, United States
  • Feedback: 489 reviews
  • Favorited by: 32 people