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Silverberg’s had some lovely coats for sale in 1961, and also some scatter rugs. What’s a scatter rug?
It’s difficult not to see something a little… creepy, about Santa ogling some silk stal… er, stockings in this 1939 Silverberg’s ad.
In 1960, Silverberg’s offered ladies’ dresses for sale. I can’t help but hear “the flag” after “rally ’round”, thanks to “Battle Cry of Freedom.”
Silverberg’s had Cinderella Wash Dresses and Georgiana House Frocks in 1935, and if the dress pictured is any indication, they were lovely.
Nanette and Cinderella dresses, as well as Paris Fashion shoes, were available at Silverberg’s in 1944. A rare advertisement that doesn’t mention the war, which apparently did not apply to women’s shoes much. Next post at 9 a.m.