Vintage ad for Bell telephone. This ad shows a bomber-gunner soldier with bullets over his shoulders.
Ad quote: Telephone wire coming up. Here's a bomber-gunner hurrying to load his 50-calibre gun. In peace, a lot of that copper would have gone into new telephone lines. Now it's needed for shooting and winning the war. That's why we can't build new lines right now. That's why we're saying - Please don't place Long Distance calls to war-busy centers unless it's absolutely necessary. Thanks for all your help and we hope you will keep remembering. War Calls Come First. Bell Telephone System.
Circa: 1943, good condition Size: 5 5/8 x 12 (ad size); page size is 8 1/4 x 12 Apx half page ad; you will receive the whole page.
This advertising collectible has been professionally removed and is guaranteed to be original from a vintage publication. Suitable for matting and/or framing, this ad is perfect to decorate your home or office. It is also a perfect gift for someone who is hard to buy for. Each ad comes with a separate backing board and is sealed in a temporary plastic sleeve to protect it from the elements.
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