|The pictures show views of this Old Mike Munves Risque Mutoscope Arcade Card Advertising Poster. The poster is not dated but it is believed to be from the 1950s. Apparently the company had many of the old arcade cards that they wanted to sell off. These sale posters were mailed out to arcade managers. It offers them a deal to stock their vending machines while supplies lasted. The cards are in full color but the poster is printed in black & white. It pictures (15) of the old Mutoscope risque woman cards. The cards pictured are all marked ''A MUTOSCOPE CARD'' and ''MADE IN U.S.A.''. In addition to that the cards are marked as follows:|
Where'd All These Drips Come From?
I'll Say So
''I'm In A Class By Myself''
Is My Face Red?
On The Beam
''My Calves Took First Prize''
''It's Corn But They Love It''
I'm Out For A Good Time And A Half
All In Favor Of This Motion Say ''AH''
Why - We're Barely Acquaited
''Wouldn't I Make A Good Petty Officer?''
Do You Still Prefer Blondes?
''I'm Keeping Abrest Of The Times''
The two images in the second picture are on the back side of the poster. It is folded for mailing and these two images are on the address side and the back of it. The return address area has a lit up movie theatre marquee. The poster is offering the cards for $3.95 per thousand. There are (32) cards to the set. They suggest that the cards are:
GOOD FOR ARCADES IN COIN MACHINES
SOUVENIR ON RACKS - THE BIG PROFIT
GAME PRIZES IN PACKAGES OF 5 OR 10 - A GOOD GIVEAWAY
The poster measures 17-1/2'' x 22-1/2''. It is in mint as made condition. There are folds as made for mailing and there is one crease at the top that is from when it was made.