The Chalmers Motor Car Company was a United States based automobile company which flourished in the 1910s and then faltered in the 1920s post-World War I recession. It merged with the Maxwell automobile company in the early 1920s, and then ended all production in late 1923. The Chalmers Automobile Factory was in Detroit, Michigan.
1915 Double Page Ad Chalmers Six Model 32 26 Master Car - ORIGINAL DP1
Size & Grade This is an original 1915 double-page, black and white print ad for the Chalmers Sixes automobiles. The models illustrated here are: the Model 32 'New Six' ($1400); the Model 26 'Light Six' ($1650); and the 'Master Six' ($2400). This is a great print item for the collector of these antique cars! Period Paper is offering a special collection of original double-page print ads. In order for us to safely ship these items flat and for you to display them in their entirety, we developed custom archival packaging just for these desirable items. Each ad is protected by an oversized black acid-free 3-ply board and encapsulated in archival resealable bags. Plus, we use special custom shipping materials to guarantee safe arrival, flat, so that the items can be easily displayed in the packaging we provide. The cost of this protective packaging is expensive which makes the pricing of these items higher than our single page ads. As they are original double-page spreads, they have the typical staple marks along the center crease. However, these are probably the finest double-page spreads available anywhere. Keywords specific to this image: Vintage Advertising DP1C15 This 96+ year old Item is rated Very Fine / Fine. No tears. No water damage. There are staple holes, with some very light rust marks and aging in the original center crease--please see image. (Please note that the white spots on the right margin are only reflections on our digital image.) Product Type: Original Print Ad; GrayscaleGrade: Very Fine / Fine: Approximately 13.5 x 21 inches; 34 x 53 cmAuthentication: Serial-Numbered Certificate of Authenticity w/ Full ProvenanceProtection: Packaged in a custom archival sleeve with an acid-free black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)