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Edit , Uh Oh i see this one has already been posted . its hard to keep up to date there so many of em here .

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This has been one of the best threads ever on the CCF
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1921 fromThe Saturday Evening Post Oct.-Dec

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Say it cant be so. i enjoyed every last one of the adverts. Thank you for sharing. Your hobby must be very time consuming.
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Merci monsieur genre
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on the far left... The car is an artist's (obviously WWII) idea inspired by the "Topper". 1951 Hot Rod Magazine

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I'm not sure of the years on most of this. These are from my personal collection just had to take a few pictures.



The small triangles were on coolers in stores. The black and white pictures are of a hardware convention in 1920. The Colman display picture was taken at night.



The picture after the small cutouts is to show dealers what they could make there store front look like.
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Collecting Coleman when Coleman was not cool...


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