#Vintage #Advertisement from the '30's. "I've kept a copy of this advertisement for decades. It first ran in the Boot and Shoe Recorder in September of 1936. Back before the Jacques Levine brand name came into existence, my father simply called our footwear Middletown Slippers. [The ad] showcases the early product innovations created by my father." - Jacques Levine #vintageshoead
“We made slippers for Christian Dior in the 1980s to go with their lingerie. The collection we produced for them consisted primarily of leather slippers from Spain and dressy heels that we made in our Middletown Factory." Jacques Levine | House of Beccaria#
Description: 1949 PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY vintage print advertisement "All men are created equal""Alike as carbon copies now -- but how different these two may be when they grow up and start working." Size: The dimensions of the half-page advertisement are approximately 5.5 inches x 14 inches (14cm x 36cm). Condition: This original vintage advertisement is in Very Good Condition unless otherwise noted ().