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Item/Description: Antique/vintage ca early-1900s to 1930s Art Deco-era “Prudential Insurance Company of America” decorative oval-shaped promotional advertising giveaway sewing needles holder.
***Front side of needles/pins holder depicts the exquisitely artistic miniature illustration print imagery of a “Mother and Child/Baby/Infant”.
***Reverse side contains the Prudential “Rock of Gibraltar” logo with the wording: “The Prudential Has the Strength of Gibraltar” and further reads “‘I don’t know how I should have got along without it.’ That’s what they tell the Prudential Man when he pays a claim. Listen when he talks protection to you. The Prudential Insurance Company of America. Edward D. Duffield, President, Home Office, Newark, N.J. (New Jersey). Made in U.S.A.”
Age/Period: Antique/Vintage - ca early-1900s to 1930s
Condition: Despite the not-unusual modicum of surface handling wear/rubbing areas to portions of the front side (not directly on the main artistic imagery but just below it) side of this marvelous advertising collectible, it remains aesthetically appealing). Reverse side of the piece has a modicum of liquid residue along the edges.