GET A FISK, When it time to RE-TIRE Automobile Advertising Poster


Genre: Automobile
Artist: Illegible
Year Printed: 1924
Size: 9.75" x 12 3/8"
Country of Poster: Unknown
Restoration Detail: Unrestored
Grade: Very Fine
Additional Information: WHEN IT'S TIME TO RE-TIRE … GET A FISK. The Fisk Tire Company Inc. Chicopee Falls, Mass. Archival linen backed vintage American tire advertisement; excellent condition; ready to frame. This is the original 1924 printing of this image for the Fisk Tire Co., Inc. This fun image of a young boy holding a tire in one arm; and a candle for light in the other in a billboard sign. An old prospector with his shotgun stands besides a tired mule in this 1924 original image. About the Fisk Tire Company. History of the company In 1898, the Spaulding and Pepper Co was sold to Noyes W. Fisk and renamed the Fisk Rubber Co. The company was headquartered in Chicopee Falls, During WWI (1917) the company had 4,500 employees. The company was known for its "Time to Re-Tire" tagline, featuring a young, pajama-clad boy with his right arm encircling a tire and his left hand holding a candle. The boy was designed in 1907 by Burr Giffin, an agency art director who was still awake early one morning at 3 o'clock. The next day, he presented his sketch to his manager, who liked it so much that it was made into a poster for the Fisk Company.

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