If only I could write ad copy this civilized and effective. Every possible benefit and target market is covered in only 50 words, with key terms emphasized by typographic treatment. If this doesn’t push one of your psychological hot buttons, nothing will. Of course you must make allowances for the English usage of the period. And in case you did not know, Wheelmen were early bicyclists who fought for paved roads before commonplace automobiles were a twinkle in Henry Ford’s eye. I first thought this a large broadside or in-store advertising poster, but fine print says “Cut This Out at Dotted Lines.” All the more a wonder that this might have originally been the size of a business card or even postage stamp. Every promise on this promotion was probably true back in the early days when original formulations of Coca-Cola actually contained drug-like ingredients. No weary or despondent users of this product, no sir!
Compare to other Vintage posts and fixtures at…
“Hermes Art Deco Style“
“Louis Vuitton Broadside Classic“
“Vintage Parisian Dress Forms“
“Vintage Dime Store Glass Shelf Tags“
“Vuitton Vintage Valise on Display”
“Classic Bakery Shelf-Edge Label Holders“
“Traditional Bread Rack”
“Hermes Logo as Tile Mosaic“
“Louis Vuitton and The Birth of Modern Luxury“
“Vuitton Brands Building in Stone“
For Sales Psychology and Empowerment resources see…
“Sales Psychology Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Psychology and Sales Empowerment in Retail“ Pinterest.
“Sales Psychology Index Page” for all resources and links
For even older Medieval Merchandising resources…
“Medieval Merchandising Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Medieval Merchandising Pinterest Board” for a visual summary.
“Medieval Merchandising Index Page” for all resources and links