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If you look at the photos, you'll see that the magazine pages are placed on top of a black paper or cardboard. This ebay seller or his photographer certainly know how to photograph magazine pages.If you don't place a black cardboard under the photo, the images and type will come through the back of the page and interfere with the from viewing page.
The opening words of the type say it all for this advertisement:
"Packard, like its patrons, demands and selects only the best the world provides." In this ad, the two
lades are being shown a luxurious coat in a "fancy" shop, as you can tell from the interior furniture, and the well-dressed salesman.
Once again, there is that association of well-to-do people dinging out, and the luxurious limousine
with an open-air driver seat for a chauffeur. Cars like these were very expensive, considering the "average" person was earning for the 1920's was about $1300.00 US in the United States, while a car like the one below was probably about $5000-$6000.00.
THe theme of this advertisement is that the "Century" car is in demand around the world, and you can see one of these cars being loaded on to a shop.
The Dodge Brothers car below is again set in a nice area probably a hotel or fancy restaurant. The type is discussing the extra power that this car has, and the fact that this car is very luxurious.