Circa 1968 Die-cut Advertisers Promotional for Time Magazine
(Art - 20th Century - Design - Graphic Arts - Advertising)

New York, N.Y.: Time Magazine, 1965. F A complex, illustrative and 'working' advertising sales promotional, offered to potential advertisers to 'keep tabs' on their clientele via advertising in Time magazine. Each topic with a small black and white illustration at top, which indicates a particular strength of the magazine in reaching targeted subscribers; with explanatory text on each and with a larger printing of the image printed on the backs. A printed statement on translucent 'parchment' paper stock within accompanies the tabbed cards, giving further general information on Time and its readership and is signed in facsimile by Robert C. Gordon the Advertising Sales Director. No advertising agency or artist credited; not dated; from internal evidence and our research, circa 1965. Approx. 4 1/2" x 11" size, with each tabbed 'content sheet' varying in size to fit; printed on heavy glossy paper stock; light wear, little darkened at edges; contained in a plain brown thin cardstock mailing envelope, with short closed edge-tear; contents in very good condition and an interesting advertisers' promotional for this influential publication. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 24921)


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