Easter Egg Dye ad from 1956

September 18, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Gay Easter Egg Dye Ad From 1956

This ad was scanned from an original 1956 Better Living magazine.


Selling a few ORIGINAL ads from our collection

June 09, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

WallMags has a large collection of original vintage magazines from which we scan the ads you see on this site. When you buy a print from WallMags, you are getting a professionally edited and cleaned up reproduction, printed on high quality media... perfect for decorating your walls.

Lately, we have gotten a few requests about purchasing ORIGINAL ads from our collection. While we don't normally sell our originals, we decided to take a few of our best looking ads and put the originals up on eBay. All ads will be shipped for free in the U.S. using a plastic sleeve, cardboard back, and padded envelope. If you want to own a real piece of history, check out our original ads on eBay below:

Please note that these ads are the actual, original pages cut from real vintage magazines, and though these are in great shape, they are not touched up in any way, so may include some minor defects. Close-up photos are included in the eBay listings so you'll know exactly what you are getting.

We will be adding more of our original ads for sale over time, so stay tuned!


Columbia Bicycles Ad From 1945

April 29, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Columbia Bicycles Ad From 1945

This ad was scanned from an original 1945 magazine ad.


Chesterfield Cigarettes Ad From 1938

April 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Chesterfield Cigarettes Ad From 1938

Chesterfield Cigarettes were originally produced by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company. They certainly were not shy with their advertising, often using well-known personalities to advertise their products. This ad was scanned from an original 1938 magazine ad.


Packard 120 Ad From 1936

April 26, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Packard 120 Ad From 1936

The Packard One-Twenty (also One Twenty and 120) was an automobile produced by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan from 1935 to 1937 and from 1939 through the 1941 model years. The One-Twenty model designation was replaced by the Packard Eight model name during model years 1938 and 1942.

The One-Twenty is an important car in Packard's history because it signified the first time that Packard entered into the highly competitive mid-priced eight-cylinder car market. Packard enthusiasts view the production of the One-Twenty and the Six/One-Ten models as the start of Packard losing its hold on the market as the premier American luxury automotive brand.

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