Sanitas Toasted Corn Flake Ad 1900's
Sanitas Toasted Corn Flake Ad. Looks like a pre-run of Kellogs, even from Battle Creek. This is a black and white ad that appeared in Munsey's Magazine of New York around the year 1900 for Sanitas, Battle Creek, Toasted Corn Flake Co., Battle Creek, Michigan. It shows an outline of what appears to be Uncle Sam enjoying a spoonful of Sanitas Corn Flakes. On his hat it reads, Sanitas Toasted Corn Flakes. There is a train pulling car after car of corn flakes and it reads, Why it Goes So Fast. In excellent condition. Measures 6 1/2" by 9 3/4".
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