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Vintage Coffee Ads

There's something irresistable about "vintage coffee advertising". One of the prolific producers of many memorable coffee ad campaigns was the "Pan American Coffee Bureau" formed in 1936 by participating Latin American countries to promote coffee consumption in North America.

The Pan American Coffee Bureau sponsored many of the classic coffee ads that showed up in such publications as the Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal and Good Housekeeping during the 1940's and 1950's.

In fact, here's a bit of trivia. The term "coffee break" was coined in a 1952 Pan American ad campaign "Give Yourself a Coffee Break". Doesn't get any more classic than that.

We've selected some great coffee ad collections available through reputable sellers on eBay, so these transactions are easy, safe and reliable.

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