|The pictures below show larger views of all pages of the 1947 & 1948 Seagram Whiskey Advertising Premium Calendars With Mailer in this lot. The mailer tube and label are also pictured below. These two advertising premium calendars were sent from the Seagram Distillers Corporation in New York, N.Y. to a Rochester, New Hampshire mailing address.|
The calendars have a metal top section and different simulated wooden backgrounds. There are two months per page. They have the Seagram Whiskey crest emblem or logo. At the bottom right of the painting images they read:
FROM THE COPYRIGHTED COLLECTION OF THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM
The bottom of the pages read:
THE HOUSE OF SEAGRAM FINE WHISKIES
© SEAGRAM - DISTILLERS CORP., N.Y.C.
The last page of the 1947 calendar has a full 1947 calendar, images of the prints with more information about each and the Artist that created them. It also has advertising and an unused order blank to oder a full set of the ''Sportsman's Art Prints'' for only $1.00. It is marked on the two sides as follows:
1947 January - February: Fox & Grouse or Partridge, ''Red Raider By Paul Bransom''
1947 March - April: Canadian Geese, ''Dawn Patrol By Lynn Bogue Hunt''
1947 May - June: Brown Trout Fish, ''First May Fly By William J. Schaldach''
1947 July - August: Atlantic Salmon Fish, ''Up From The Sea By William J. Schaldach''
1947 September - October: Woodcock Bird, ''Skyrocket By Lynn Bogue Hunt''
1947 November - December: White Tail Deer, ''Alarm By Paul Bransom''
1948 January - February: Swordfish, ''Riding For A Fall By William J. Schaldach''
1948 March - April: Ram Sheep, ''Sentinel By Paul Bransom''
1948 May - June: Raccoon with Frog, ''Midnight Snack By Paul Bransom''
1948 July - August: Bass (?) Fish, ''Old Timer By William J. Schaldach''
1948 September - October: Grouse or Partridge, ''Autumn Aristocrat By Arthur D. Fuller''
1948 November - December: Geese, ''Ceiling Zero By Arthur D. Fuller''
Both of these calendars for one price! The calendars each measure 14'' x 19-7/8''. They appear to be in excellent condition as pictured. The are holes at the tops of the pages from hanging.