1950's and 1960's cigarette poster typefaces

Rachelmaimai's picture

I would like to know what specific typefaces were used on cigarette advertising posters back in the 1950's and 1960's.
I'm aware of particular styles from those decades but cannot pinpoint too many exact typefaces used.

Joshua Langman's picture

Can you post or link to any specific examples?

lindsayfox's picture

Are you referring to ads such as this example: Lucky Strike Ad?

I found this article on wikipedia that might help: cigarette packaging.

Lindsay
http://ecigarettereviewed.com/

aluminum's picture

^ SPAM

Rachelmaimai's picture

Spam? Do you mean my post or..?

JamesM's picture

He's saying to the lindsayfox post is spam; her first post was a promotion of her site, which is a commercial site that's unrelated to typography.

charles ellertson's picture

The Lucy Strike ad is most likely from before World War II -- you can tell by the green packaging. One of their ads early in WWII was "Lucky Strike Green has Gone to War" -- and they changed to a white package.

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