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1944 Ethyl Gasoline Ad ~ What's In A Name?

1944 Ethyl Gasoline Ad ~ What's In A Name?

Original vintage magazine ad for Ethyl Gasoline. Ad text talks about the Ethyl trademark which at that time was the name of Antiknock Fluid that was being used during the war. Goes on to note that after the war, the name on a gasoline pump will be a guide to better gasoline. Great pin-up style illustrations are signed with several names and their meanings including Naomi, Drusilla, Miranda, Ruth, and Nestor.

Tagline or sample ad copy: Ethyl is a pin-up girl of the fighting Yanks. She helps to fly the aeroplanes and drive the mighty tanks.

Publication Year: 1944

Approximate Ad Size (total, in inches): 10 x 13½

Condition: VG

 
 
Price: $15.99

 
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