British, WWII

Keep Mum - She's Not so Dumb! - Careless Talk Costs Lives by Forster, Harold [attributed]. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards.

Howard Chandler Christy 1917. Poster showing a young woman in a Navy uniform. World War I.

Amazing Propaganda Posters

"Gee, I Wish I Were a Man" Gee! I wish I were a man, I'd join the Navy. Be a man and do it - United States Navy recruiting station - Howard Chandler Christy Poster showing a young woman in a Navy uniform. World War I.

Moet & Chandon ~ 1899

Alphonse Mucha Moet and Chandon White Star, , . Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Moet and Chandon White Star by Alphonse Mucha.

Hole-proof hosiery, 1920's

Holeproof Hosiery Girl Lingerie Wiskonsin 1923 - Mad Men Art: The Vintage Advertisement Art Collection

WPA public service poster from 1937

A WPA Federal Art Project poster from 1937 promoting eye examinations for children who may be having difficulty learning: 'John is not really dull - he may only need his eyes examined. Sponsored by Town of Hempstead, W. Runcie, M.

Moet & Chandon, 1899

Poster for Moët & Chandon Crémant Impérial, 1899 (artwork by Alphonse Mucha)

Poster for American illusionist Frederick Bancroft, ca. 1895

Orientalism or the depiction of the "Far East" by Western writers, designers and artists was very popular in the Victorian era. This "Frederick Bancroft- Prince of Magicians" poster depicting "The Slave of the Orient" is a wonderful example.

Movie etiquette PSA, 1910s era

oldhollywood: “ movie theater etiquette Public Service Announcements (via Most early movie theaters had only one projector so “etiquette slides” were used to divert the audience while.

Frederick Winthrop Ramsdell's 1899 illustration

an illustration for American Cresent Cycles, 1899 by Frederick Winthrop Ramsdell. Ramsdell was an Amer.

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Popular website Brain Pickings has published a collation of vintage library ads and posters from a bygone era.

We love this 1890s cigar box lid, designed to titillate the male mind, imagining women, who have recently begun wearing bloomers, having their own exclusive clubs where they do the things men do in their clubs!

“Bloomer Club” Cigar Box Cover An satiric lid for a cigar box, featuring women in the just-barely-acceptable new styles of skirtless knickerbockers (Bloomers) at a swanky social club.