Alan Mays

Alan Mays

Posted on 03/22/2014


Photo taken on March 21, 2014


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De Laval Cream Separators

De Laval Cream Separators
This advertisement consists of two die-cut pieces--shaped like a cow and a milkmaid--that have been glued together. For the back of this two-part advertising trade card, see De Laval Separators Have Revolutionized Dairying.

"De Laval Cream Separators. Save $10 per cow every year."

De Laval Separators Have Revolutionized Dairying

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wintorbos
wintorbos
Spectacular!

Odd that they would achieve this by gluing two pieces together but maybe they wanted to re-use the cow image in other configurations. Some of the cow lettering even disappears behind the milkmaid.
10 months ago.