POOR AUNT JEMIMA HAD TO MIX EVERYTHING HERSELF Advertisement on Wood Black Americana Collectible Unique Home Decor from The Ladies Home Journal c. 1920
SIZE: 8 Inches Tall and 10 Inches Wide
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This advertisement wall art looks to be an ad from The Ladies Home Journal glued to old wood with a chain hanger stapled for hanging. I have done a lot of research on this piece. This piece has the number 194 - The Ladies Home Journal - March, 1920 on the top. I have added a picture of the original ad (LAST PICTURE) from The Ladies Home Journal. I noticed it DID NOT have the number 194 - The Ladies Home Journal - March, 1920 on the top. I also noticed that my ad has 2 boxes of pancake flour on the Right Bottom, which the original ad DOES NOT HAVE. The original ad has RED capital letter where mine DOES NOT. I now believe mine is NOT an original advertisement. I do know as TRUE that mine is 40-50+ years old. I purchased mine from a West Virginia antique dealer in my youth. This piece of history still has a lot of mystery to share with us.
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