Rare Rice Krispies 1930s Advertising Ink Blotter card. This unusual item advertises on of the first commercially produced breakfast cereals. The blotter is about 5 3/4 inches wide, and 3 5/8 inches tall. It features a very early version picture of the 3 Kellogg's Advertising Icons Pop, Crackle, and Snap, each banging on a drum with a pair of cereal spoons. In the upper right corner it reads "That Snap! Crackle! Pop! is the rhythm of the Rice Krispies tom toms as they spell "Freshness" to those eager appetites, around the breakfast table. Oh Boy ! Bubbles of oven -popped rice --floating in an ocean of luscious , cool milk or cream....what more could a person ask for? There just is nothing quite like Kellogg's Rice Krispies. Keep a package on your pantry shelf always , and serve them often. " In the bottom right corner of the card in tiny numbers reads "No.40304A" and in the middle of bottom border reads "caused to be distributed by Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan. Also manufactures of Kellogg's Corn Flakes, All-Bran, Pep, Krumbles, Kellogg's Shredded Wheat" And in the left lower corner "Printed in the USA". Blotter is in good to very good condition, showing a fair amount of wear, bend marks, and there is some black soot around the edges.
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- Brand Kelloggs Cereal Co
- Mfg Part # 40304A