Vintage Advertisement Circus Horse for Ethyl Gas – 1932


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Advertising was so creative and artistic in the early part of the 20th century, with parallels being drawn in the most unlikely ways. Ethyl Gasoline thought to advertise that Ethyl makes gasoline perform SMOOTHLY like a circus horse. Comparing the cadence and pace of a trained circus horse with Ethyl gasoline, touting a cleaner burn that gives greater power at a time when power counts most in the performance of the car. A lovely look back in time and how the horse influenced even the most unsuspecting industries. From an unknown magazine C1932, ready for you to frame, measures 10 ¼ x 13 ¼ inches. Back side of page has an ad for Pillsbury's flour.

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