Cool 1940's Miller High Life Beer Celluloid Advertising Pin

Cool 1940's Miller High Life Beer Celluloid Advertising Pin

Code: advb20020mhl


Product Description


HAPPY HOLIDAYS from The FLYING TIGER Antiques & Vintage Historical Artifacts!!!

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ARTIFACT: Cool 1940’s Miller High Life Beer celluloid advertising pin. The public had their first taste of the High Life the day before New Year’s Eve 1903. During WWII, in 1944, America experienced heavy grain shortages and the president of Miller Brewing Company eliminated every beer except…High Life. The celluloid pin features the infamous Girl in the Moon or Miller Lady, she arose on the advertising scene shortly after Miller High Life’s release and has been prominent nearly its entire existence, she is said to resemble a circus trainer and she sits drink in hand, bottle in the other on the seat of a crescent moon against the backdrop of the night sky. The pin reads: “MILLER HIGH LIFE BEER”.

VINTAGE: Circa 1940’s

SIZE: Approximately 1” in diameter


ATTACHMENT: Vertical straight pin


ITEM NOTES: This is from a beer and advertising collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VHX15 LCHX11/15

CONDITION: 7 (Very Fine): The celluloid pin shows minor to moderate surface wear, colors remain bright.

GUARANTEE: As with all my items, this piece is guaranteed original.