Started this post to share a few of the more interesting vintage Newspaper ads I've found recently. Some have new information and models listed. Some are just interesting to show marketing used at the time. The dates of publication are confirmed from the top of the publication. They may not warrant a spot in the ad database, but are noteworthy.
Here's one from December 1933, found in the Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania "Independent". The watch on the top right is listed as "Miss Princeton". Doesn't look like a ladies model to me. Perhaps a typo?
This next one shows a watch currently listed in the database as "unknown". The ad is from December 1949. It's a shame so many of these ads I'm finding don't have model names associated with some of the watches listed.
Next is one of several ads from the very early 1920's which shows watches without model names (or numbers). We know at this time many of the watches had numbers for names. Apparently too boring to list the model numbers, so these ads don't give much, if any, new "information". This one's from December 1923. I don't think I see Bulova on the dial either, but noted the little "whited-out" area on the band w/ the wording "BULOVA" which suggests this was a Bulova-generated watch graphic.