1921 Gardner Ads
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Signs have a high quality baked on gloss finish, sublimation process and are made in America
Signs are crafted of aircraft grade quality aluminum.
Black border may be applied as appropriate for image.
Boxed shipping included in the continental United States
9 x 12 $16.88 .025 Thickness
12 x 16 $29.88 .025 Thickness
NOTE: Any two page ad can be split into two full size signs.
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MoToR - Jan, 1921 2 pages
Saturday Evening Post - Jan 22, 1921
This ad implies a start year of 1888; in later ads the start date will be 1875 and 1881. The reference is to the transportation business and making parts for buggies.
Saturday Evening Post - Mar 19, 1921
Fred Gardner (pictured) was the younger brother of Russell Jr. and was the "go to" guy at the factory.
Saturday Evening Post - May 14, 1921
Saturday Evening Post - Feb 19, 1921
Saturday Evening Post - April 16, 1921
$1195 was FOB St. Louis
This ad lists a coupe for the same price as the sedan, an interesting mistake because Gardner did not build a coupe until July 1922
Saturday Evening Post - Jun 11, 1921