vintage soap ads

View of an advertising card for the Detroit Soap Co., depicting a rose, a bird and a winter landscape. Printed on front: “Detroit Exposition. Queen Anne soap souvenir. See other side.” Printed on back: “Queen Anne soap, best in the world. The finest line of pictures in the country, sent free for the wrappers. Over 400 designs, also scrap book pictures, booklets, etc., etc. See list of premiums wrapped around each cake. When in Detroit, visit the Queen Anne Soap Art Gallery, 183 Dix Avenue and see our great exhibition of pictures. No finer collection in the United States.”

  • Courtesy of the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library
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Werbeanzeige für Sunlicht-Seife by altpapiersammler

View of an advertising card for the Detroit Soap Co., depicting two cats on a windowsill. Printed on front: “Use Detroit Soap Co.’s Queen Anne soap. The best family soap in the world.”

  • Courtesy of the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library
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Beautiful Illustrated 1945 Ad, Sierra Pine Toilet Soap, Artist Henry Clive by Classic Film
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Vintage magazine advertisement, Sierra Pine Toilet Soap, beautiful woman drawn by famous artist Henry Clive, 1945 Tagline: “Where complexions are fine… there’s always pine” Ad text: “The fourth of a series of original paintings done by the famous American illustrator Henry Clive especially for Sierra Pine Toilet Soap” Published in The Family Circle magazine, November 9, 1945, Vol. 27 No. 18. Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license)