Creative Christmas Ads of All Times (part 2): Back to the Past of Christmas Ads!

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History's most striking examples of Christmas ads!(part 2)

We’d like to take you to a small journey to the past of Christmas special ads so you could fill that every Christmas was far different from the previous ones and that it’s a truly unique majestic event with immortal spirit, symbols and attributes. So take your sit, fasten your belt, have some coke (I mean soda:)) and enjoy!



1. Moirs Chocolate

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2. Rid Jid Ironing Table

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3. Go Pullman Co.

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4. Griffith piano Co.

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5. B.V.D Co.

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6. Lincoln Zephyr

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7. Coca-Cola Co.

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8. Kelvinator Co.

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9. Pepsi Co.

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10. Nash 1946

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11. General Electric Radios

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12. Plymouth 1946

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13. Rogers Bros. Co.

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14. Wurtlizer pianos

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15. Pan American Coffee Bureau

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16. Maxwell House

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17. Carling beer

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18. Mojud

19. Daisy guns

20. Winchester Co.

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21. Plymouth 1950

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22. Mojud

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23. Smith-Corona

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24. Roadmaster

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25. British-Airways

 

 It's time to get back to present so you would have enough time to prepair for Christmas. Hope this set of vintage ads have given you some fresh ideas and inspiration.

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