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Vintage 1955 Aunt Jemima Quaker Corn Meal Quick Holiday Coffee Cake Recipe Print For Sale
Journey back to December 1955 when Mama made her homemade coffee cake. This Original Print AD is from Ladies Home Journal Publication. The condition is VG and is approx. 14" x 10 1/2". Perfect size to frame and hang in your own kitchen and whip up a classic recipe straight from 1955. Enjoy someGood Old Home hope you enjoy these clips of the past as much as we do. All our Vintage Ad's come directly from the Original Vintage Magazine ONLY. They are not reprints, photocopies but Original Advertisements from a Vintage Magazine. These items are becoming rare and are truly Historical Works of 'Art'.
About Vintage Advertisements
Vintage Advertisements are perfect to frame and hang in your garage, cabin, pool or boat house, theme room, kids room, kitchen, bathroom...just about anywhere. They are also great to use in scrapbooks and decoupage projects. These pieces are timeless visually stunning.
Some of these pages show minor signs of aging or wear, this adds character to your piece and creates a Vintage aura. Most of the prints were published one time only and some for certain publications.
We do allow return if you are not satisfied with your purchase and can return it in the same condition you received it, after the review process we will refund your purchase. A 10% restocking fee will be deducted from the return. If an item is returned damaged the value of the amount of damage will be deducted from the price. The return of an item is the responsibility of the buyer and insurance should be considered for return trip.
Our pictures show the true quality and blemishes of the piece, examine it carefully before purchase. These are actual photo's of the piece you will purchase. No Retouching. Although refunds are excepted it can be difficult to return the item in original condition.
Excellent (EX) - Minor signs of wear no fading of the ink in the artwork. This condition is nearly perfect, and allows for only slightly more subtle flaws than Near Mint. Minor stress marks, or printing imperfections, with no surface wear, staining, tearing, yellowing, pen/pencil marks, or creasing to the advertisement or cover. Most people would see nothing wrong with an ad in this grade.
Very Good (VG) - This condition allows for only slightly more flaws than Excellent. There can be light stress marks barely visible or minor printing imperfections. A corner crease smaller than quarter inch, or two slightly less than perfectly sharp corners, or some yellowing at the edges (but not in the image area), possibly one edge tear smaller than quarter inch, very faint ink ghosting (the presence of ink on the surface from a facing page, or from the reverse side), some light tanning of the paper overall from age. No surface wear, creasing in the image area, staining, or pen/pencil marks.
Good (G) - This condition allows for more flaws than Very Good, but no significant flaws. There can be some stress marks that are visible, some light printer's ink marks, some light ink ghosting, light creasing, a light subscription fold, some light pencil marks, some light surface or edge wear, light surface staining in a small area, edge tears shorter than one and one-half inch, tanning of paper overall but not brittle. This condition can also describe an otherwise EX ad with only one significant flaw such as a strong subscription crease or water stain. It would still look nice in a frame.
Fine (F) - This condition allows for more flaws than G. There may be water staining with some discoloration, but not over the majority of the advertisement. There can be pen marks, a strong subscription crease, surface wear, foxing, soiling, ink ghosting, improper trimming into (but not through) a printed border, tears less than three inches, edge wear, tanning overall, surface staining, and other flaws that one might expect from an ad that comes from a back cover or has been improperly stored for years. It can also describe an otherwise "Good" ad with one significant flaw such as a strong subscription crease or water stain.
POOR (P) - Another set of classification that I am putting together. This print sports a major imperfection. This could be water damage, a very big rip, or severe foxing (which is the wrinkle effect paper gets when exposed to moisture). I myself would never list an ad under this category unless it was requested or rare.