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Little Brown Jug Punchboard, ca. 1940. Designed as advertising novelties and gambling devices for stores, bars and news stands, punchboards were at their peak of popularity during the 1930s and 40s before being outlawed in the 1950s. They were often strategically placed at the counter to encourage impulse buying, with fairly low quality merchandise, or more popularly cash, as prizes.

Little Brown Jug Punchboard, ca. 1940. Designed as advertising novelties and gambling devices for stores, bars and news stands, punchboards were at their peak of popularity during the 1930s and 40s before being outlawed in the 1950s. They were often strategically placed at the counter to encourage impulse buying, with fairly low quality merchandise, or more popularly cash, as prizes.

Interesting color combination (From a booklet cover, 1891, printed by Kinsle & Company, "Art Printers", Cincinnati.)

Interesting color combination (From a booklet cover, 1891, printed by Kinsle & Company, "Art Printers", Cincinnati.)

To celebrate their 30th anniversary Fossil is calling all creatives to submit an iconic watch tin design for a chance to win $5,000! #tin2win

To celebrate their 30th anniversary Fossil is calling all creatives to submit an iconic watch tin design for a chance to win $5,000! #tin2win

Mallory type design  https://frerejones.com/families/mallory

Mallory type design https://frerejones.com/families/mallory

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