My lovely husband bought these back for me from Italy.
They are from 1951 and have such fabulous advertisments in them.
I want this shampoo so I can be fa la chioma bella!!!
Beautiful vintage ads! I wonder what the stories are about. Can you read Italian?
Thanks for sharing this...they represent an era long gone but the atmosphere and jist of it still remains with us
to me they invoke the simpler times of the 40's and 50's. they were prosperous times. You could leave your doors unlocked, you could leave you bike on unattended and it would be there when you came back, children listed to their parents, there wasn't much crime or drugs. people respected each other. It was the best times there would ever be, but we thought it would get better, but we were wrongbobbobskoot: wet coast scootin
Amber: I'm back. Thank you for visiting my Blog. Over the years, I used to have TWO MGB's and TWO Alfa's: 1963 Guilia Spyder 1600cc twin cam, 5 speed, and 1973? Veloce GTV 2000 FI can't remember exact year but I had them both at the same time. Over here, parts are are to come by so I switched to american made convertibles such as: '67 Mustang convertible. I have had a lot of convertibles but eventually made my way to Corvettes. The one you see is a C5 Roadster and before that I had a C4 coupeagain, thanks for stopping bybobbobskoot: wet coast scootin
I want these!!! So vintage!
Gorgeous. I want to go to Italy more than any other place in the world.
Amber, these are gorgeous! Delighted that you stopped by, especially delighted that you like the plates...you have exquisite taste! So wonderful!
Oh che la bella Jessica...Oh che la bella ...La bambina..Oh Chela la bella la Jessica...!
so my darling daughter, you want to "made the hair beautiful" as translated by GOOGLE translate!!!!luv u....dad
Gosh Amber, you really do have your boy well trained! I could never inagine my MOTH even thinking I might find these vaguely interesting -what's your secret!Millie ^_