Includes 19 signs

          Ad from Eisner Museum

Title from The Fifties Web


 
 

. .
 1880 A.D.
 Straight razor and
 Shaving soap
 1930 A.D.
 Safety razor and
 Burma-Shave
 Are your whiskers
 When you wake
 Tougher than
 A two-bit steak?
 Try
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Be
 No
 Longer
 Lather's slave
 Treat yourself to
 Burma-Shave
 Buy a tube
 Use it one week
 If you then want
 Your money back
 Send us the tube
 Burma-Shave
 Cheer up face
 The war is past
 The "h" is out
 Of shave
 At last
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Does your husband
 Misbehave
 Grunt and grumble
 Rant and rave
 Shoot the brute some
 Burma-Shave
 Early to bed
 Early to rise
 Was meant for those
 Old fashioned guys
 Who didn't use
 Burma-Shave
 Five
 Hundred
Thousand 
 Men
 Use
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Half a pound
 For
 Half a dollar
 At the drug store
 Simply holler
 Burma-Shave
 Hinky-dinky
 Parley voo
 Cheer up the face
 The war
 Is thru
 Burma-Shave
 Modern man
 Spreads it on
 Pats it in
 Shaves it off
 See him grin
 Burma-Shave
. .
 One pound -- 85 cents
 Half pound -- 50 cents
 Big tube -- 35 cents
 Don't put it off
 Put it on
 Burma-Shave
Shaving brushes 
 Such a bother
 Burma-Shave
Looks good 
 To
 Father
 Shaving brushes  (in
 Smithsonian)
 You'll soon see 'em
 On the shelf
 In some
Museum
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Shaving brushes
 You'll soon see 'em
 Way down east
 In some
 Museum
 Burma-Shave
Six 
 Hundred
 Thousand
 Men
 Use
 Burma-Shave
 The 50 cent jar
 So large
 By heck
 Even the Scotch
 Now shave the neck 
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Tho stiff
 The beard
 That Nature gave
 It shaves like down
 With
 Burma-Shave
 Uncle Rube
 Buys tube
 One week
 Looks sleek
 Like sheik
 Burma-Shave
Coin from Penny Page

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