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Vintage Canada Dry Ginger Ale Ad

Vintage Canada Dry Ginger Ale Ad from an innocent era.

1950s CANADA DRY soda

A vividly hued image for ice cold varieties of Canada Dry Soda from the Boy, does the Cherry Soda sound terrific! by lucinda

Go steady with ginger! her nails are fab

Every once in a while Mama would let us have ginger ale. It tasted a lot sharper than the ale of today. /* rye and ginger. Canadian whisky is most usually called rye.

this ad is so pretty...yet the idea of a "stackwich" is so gross...

1954 Vintage Seven Up Ad ~ Stackwich, Vintage Beverage Ads (Other)

Canada Dry Alright, now this was my majorette uniform except my was Kelly Green!  Honest!

Canada Dry Alright, now this was my majorette uniform except my was Kelly Green!

In 1904, McLaughlin created "Canada Dry Pale Ginger Ale"; three years later the drink was appointed to the Royal Household of the Governor General of Canada, and the label featuring a beaver atop a map of Canada was replaced with the present Crown and shield

In McLaughlin created "Canada Dry Pale Ginger Ale"; three years later the drink was appointed to the Royal Household of the Governor General of Canada, and the label featuring a beaver atop a map of Canada was replaced with the present Crown and shield

VINTAGE, EL GLAMOUR DE ANTAÑO: Publicidad antigua

VINTAGE, EL GLAMOUR DE ANTAÑO: Publicidad antigua

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1940's ~ Bing Crosby & RC Cola

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Love this

'Watch the I mean the birdie kids! ~ Vintage ad, ca.

Oreo

Old school Oreo ad!

Gingery Goodness  by paul.malon, via Flickr

Gingery, lovely soda pop goodness from the late I still drink Canada Dry Ginger Ale ~!

Life Savers (1930s) advertisement

Love finding Life Savers ads I haven't seen: Grape Lifesavers - the amazing new taste sensation!

Adviento 2014, día 21 — Pistolas y secadores de pelo.Los juguetes bélicos desaparecieron de las tiendas suecas en 1979. La Ley sueca prohíbe cualquier juguete que recuerde el material y las máquinas de guerra actuales y futuristas; pero, curiosamente, permite los objetos diseñados a imitación de armas anteriores a la primera guerra mundial.

postwarvintage: Mattel Marauder ad, “Keep cocking the fantastic Marauder and you can cut loose with a solid blast almost a whole minute long! Over 50 rounds! And all with the loud, realistic sound of the actual rifle!

Sip a smile… Relax a while!  Orange Crush

Orange Crush My grandpa would let us have ONE of these on a weekend visit to their house . it was a BIG treat to us !

Peter Pan Bing Crosby Ice Cream Ad

Bing Crosby advertising for Peter Pan Ice Cream

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