• Accept no substitutes... Satisify that Pent-up demand while... "Waiting for the Best"
  • Hmmmm... I wonder what this is supposed to represent? - augiestyle

Vintage WWII Premier Vacuum Cleaner Ad - 1945

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"The Best is Always Worth Waiting For" - Waiting for her man to return home from the war (See framed photo of GI) a Premier Vacuum Cleaner will keep her happy! There are just not enough ..."to satisfy the "Pent-up demand"... don't be tempted to settle for just what's available, ..."always worth your while to wait for the best".

We are talking vacuum cleaners here, right? I just love how these WWII ads are so wonderfully scripted and illustrated.

Ladies' Home Journal - November, 1945

augiestyle, srcomedia, rickydd77, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Paula Wirth 101 months ago | reply

    This is perfect for the pool - appliances as surrogates!!!

  2. troyscan☆n 86 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Vacuums that SUCK!, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  3. retro-dad [deleted] 80 months ago | reply

    yes, don't cheapen yourself on some weekend quicky with a no-name vacuum!

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