Framed 1940s 'Pin Up' Vegetable Crate Label

Framed 1940s 'Pin Up' Vegetable Crate Label

Framed 1940s 'Pin Up' Vegetable Crate Label

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About this item

A great example of sex being used to sell vegetables (possibly the first?).
This amazing piece of 1940s ephemera was discovered in a disused American vegetable packing factory. In the 1940/50s when printing was advanced enough to be able to print directly on to a packing crate or box, printed labels were obsolete and discarded.
Luckily for lovers of vintage advertising and ephemera some label were put aside, just incase they might be needed. 80 years later they were right.


W31.0 x H39.0 x D3.0 cm



Wear condition


Date of manufacture



Mid 20th Century


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