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Yes indeed, we published this ourselves for 1998 and sold it at a nominal price as a fun premium. The actual year date on this is 1953, which was the "mirror year" for 1998, as explained in the cover sheet. Brown & Bigelow is perhaps the most famous name in pin-up calendars, and they were still taking orders for advertising work at this point, so we picked a fun Earl Moran image and added our name and information and logo...just like businesses did it back in the day. Metal top & bottom clamps, art deco border.
We just dug out our last copies of this, 18 as I write this, and thought some of you might get a kick out of owning one.This will be sent rolled in a tube—note the rather large size, far larger than any calendars today. This is what your Dad or Grandad used to hang up in the shop or garage, or you'd find in service stations back where they worked or took their breaks...
Note: Some prints have small tears and or creases. Best copies will be shipped first.
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Item Code CALPG Publisher Brown & Bigelow Publish Date 1996 Print Status Out of Print Condition Some prints have small tears and or creases. Best copies will be shipped first. Dimensions 18x27 Color Full Color