Old 1910 COMFORT CALENDAR, Gold Eagle, Baby Thinking
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Approx. Size(inches): 5 x 9
Approx. Age: 1910
Condition: Good, see photos
Company: W.H. Gannett/ American Lithographic Co, N.Y.
Small 1910 Comfort Magazine promotional/ advertising calendar with caption: "Who can tell what a Baby thinks?" A beautiful lithographic print of a mother, baby and cat is the central image of this piece with an accompanying attached twelve-month calendar. The first sheet on the calendar is a contest form allowing the customer to caption what the baby in the picture is thinking. First place was $125 worth of prizes! The rest of the booklet is a combination advertisements and calendar pages.
Condition-wise, the paper suffers from the usual browning and age spots and there are two noticeable creases on the top and bottom of the image, but the main illustration is unobscured and beautiful. For paper from 1910, this calendar is in great antique shape.