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1936 Ad Quick Quaker Mother Oats Dionne Quintuplets - ORIGINAL ADVERTISING LHJ2

1936 Ad Quick Quaker Mother Oats Dionne Quintuplets - ORIGINAL ADVERTISING LHJ2

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This is an original 1936 black and white print ad for Quick Quaker Oats and Mother's Oats with Vitamin B, specially featuring the Dionne Quintuplets. The Dionne Quintuplets were born two months premature, and were the first set of quintuplets to survive infancy. The sisters were made to be the King's property over the following eight years, wherein the government and other related officials made them into a popular tourist attraction in Ontario, Canada, netting the government a decent profit at the children's' expense.

CONDITION

This 75+ year old Item is rated Near Mint / Very Fine+. Light aging throughout. Light wrinkling. No natural defects. Some light surface rub. No tears. No water damage. There is some light bleed through on this ad.

  • Product Type: Original Print Ad; Black / White
  • Grade: Near Mint / Very Fine+
  • Dimensions: Approximately 4.75 x 12.5 inches; 12 x 32 cm
  • Authentication: Serial-Numbered Certificate of Authenticity w/ Full Provenance
  • Protection: Packaged in a custom archival sleeve with an acid-free black board (great for display, gift-giving, and preservation)

Quaker Oats.

In 1901, Quaker Oats came into existence after the merging of four oat mills, which included Henry Parson CrowellÕs Quaker Mill Company in Ravenna, Ohio, John Stuart, Robert Stuart and George DouglasÕs cereal mill in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ferdinand SchumacherÕs The German Mills American Oatmeal Company in Akron, Ohio and The Rob Lewis & Company American Oats and Barley Oatmeal Corporation.

Unique Advertising:

In 1902, Quaker Oatmeal boxes included coupons, which could be redeemed for legal deeds to tiny lots, usually only ten feet by ten feet, in Milford, Connecticut. The group of ÒOatmeal LotsÓ was known as Liberty Park. Since the lots were so small the landowners paid practically nothing in property taxes. By the mid-1970s, the town, upset with the abundance of paper work the tiny lots had generated, as well as the inconsequential influx of property taxes able to be collected, decided to foreclose on the property. Presently, the Bic Corporation plant resides on the land.

In 1955, Quaker Oats once again used the land giveaway promotion, this one associated with the American television show ÒSergeant Preston of the Yukon.Ó The promotional deeds that included land plots in Klondike, Canada, were offered in Quaker Oats Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice cereal.

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