1947 Ad Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter | Secretary Art


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This 1947 vintage ad for a postage meter from Pitney-Bowes, Inc. of Stamford, CT has a three-color art illustration os a secretary hectically applying stamps to letters with the caption, “Girl doing something a machine does better!”

Year Published: 1947
Approximate overall size – inches: 5.5 x 12.5
Grade: Excellent

“The PB meter prints postage on the envelope and seals the flap, all in the turn of a die . . . always has the right postage, in any amount needed, for any kind of mail or parcel post . . . protects postage from loss, theft or misuse, does its own cost accounting automatically . . . banishes old fashioned adhesive stamps, plus stamp storage, stamp sticking, and stamp shortages—from any oflice. Prints a dated postmark, which helps you get your mail through the postoflice sooner . . . Prints your own advertisement on the envelope, if you want it!”

This is a 75 yr. old original vintage ad removed from a 1947 publication and is not a reproduction of any kind.