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A very cool set of 40 vintage rubber stamps, meant to allow a person to create a landscape or garden design. The stamps are affixed to round wooden dowels that range in diameter from about 3/8" to about 1 1/4". There are three rectangular stamps--one that represents a ground cover and two that show scale (1/8" = 1 foot and 1/4" = 1 foot). The round stamps represent a variety of trees, shrubs, and plants.

Old beetle & faucet Not staged. Elements were photographed as found. The golden finish on the hubcap is rust.

To celebrate Wiggins recent success, Mountain Weekends have put together this stunning Tour De France infographic citing Bradley’s race to the fini

Up to 95% of intelligence is freely available - it's less cloak and dagger, more mouse-click and logger. Illustration: Frank Maiorana

1967 Volkswagen Beetle original vintage advertisement. Photographed in black & white. Copy: "Pick the right day to test drive a VW and you'll have the road to yourself".

Vintage VW Beetle Ads

1967 Volkswagen Beetle original vintage advertisement. Photographed in rich color. This Beetle floated for 42 minutes. Best copy: "...keep in mind... even if it could definitely float, it couldn't float indefinitely. So drive around the big puddles. Especially if they're big enough to have a name."

1966 Volkswagen Beetle Police Car original vintage advertisement. Photographed in black & white. Purchased by the town of Scottsboro, Alabama for Officer H.L. Willkerson to run parking meter patrol. Rare VW ad!

Vintage VW Beetle Ads

1962 Volkswagen Beetle original vintage advertisement. Explains why you will never see an over-chromed two-tone Beetle. Photographed in black & white.

Vintage VW Beetle Ads

The legendary VW ad campaign of the 1960′s by New York’s Doyle Dane Bernbach – How many brilliant ways can you sell a car? 1960 Volkswagen Beetle Spare Parts original vintage advertisement. There are 5,008 parts in a Volkswagen Beetle. Each authorized dealer has them all in stock or on call. "Repair 'em? I've got enough parts to build 'em!"

Vintage VW Beetle Ads

"Why do we put such big wheels on our little car?"

Volkswagen ads | Cartype

The advertising company Doyle Dane Bernbach were the ones responsible for Volkswagen’s iconic campaigns of the 1950s and 1960s. William Bernbach had realised something very important early on in his career: advertising did not sell a product. The purpose of his VW ad campaigns was not to attract the customers who had already decided they were uninterested in buying Volkswagen, but to turn the existing clients into brand ambassadors.

Volkswagen ads | An Irishman Abroad

VW Phaeton ad: "It took us 55 years to grow one this big." The Print Ad titled 54 YEARS was done by Arnold Worldwide advertising agency for product: Volkswagen Phaeton (brand: Volkswagen) in United States. It was released in the Apr 2004.

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