Includes 30 signs

Title from The Fifties Web


 
 

. .                  Burma-Shave sign from Eisner Museum
 A guy
 Who wants
 To middle-aisle it
 Must never scratch
 His little violet
 Burma-Shave
 Altho
 We've sold
 Six million others
 We still can't sell
 Those coughdrop brothers
 Burma-Shave
. .
 As you drive
 Play this game
 Construct
 A jingle
 With this name
 Burma-Shave
 Better tooth cleanser
 Low expense
 Your druggist
Sells it 
 40 cents
 Burma-Shave Tooth Powder
 Car in ditch
 Driver in tree
 Moon was full
 And so
 Was he
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Don't lose
 Your head
 To gain a minute
 You need your head
 Your brains are in it
 Burma-Shave
 Don't waste powder
 Down the drain
 By missing brush
 With faulty aim
 A dip does it
 Burma-Shave Tooth Powder
 Famous last words
 "If he won't
 Dim his
 I won't
 Dim mine"
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Grandpa's
 Out with
 Junior's date
 Old technique
 With brand new bait
 Burma-Shave
 I use it too
 The bald man said
 It keeps my face
 Just like
 My head
 Burma-Shave
 If a gift
 You must choose
 Give him
 One that
 He can use
 Burma-Shave
. .
 If you want
 A hearty squeeze
 Get our
 Female
 Anti-freeze
 Burma-Shave
 In Cupid's little
 Bag of trix
 Here's the one
 That clix
 With chix
Burma-Shave 
 Join
 Our happy
 Brushless throng
 Six million users
 Can't be wrong
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Just moisten
 Your tooth brush
 Dip in jar
 And you'll enjoy
 Cleaner teeth by far
 Burma-Shave Tooth Powder
 Man passes
 Dog house
 Dog sees chin
 Dog gets out
 Man gets in
 Burma-Shave
 No soggy brushes
 In your grip
 You've always
 Got a
 Finger tip
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Prices rising
 O'er the nation
 Here is one
 That missed
 Inflation
Burma-Shave 
 Santa's
 Whiskers
 Need no trimmin'
 He kisses kids
 Not the wimmin
 Burma-Shave
 Speaking of
 Great events
 Burma-Shave
 Proudly presents
 Another fine product
 Burma-Shave Tooth Powder
. .
Substitutes
That promise perfection
Are like
Some candidates
After election
 Burma-Shave
 Substitutes would
 Have their place
 If you could
 Substitute
Your face
 Burma-Shave
 That she
 Could cook
 He had his doubts
 Until she creamed
 His bristle sprouts with
 Burma-Shave
. .
 The first
 Improvement
 In many a year
 For cleaning teeth
 Is finally here
 Burma-Shave Tooth Powder
 The wolf
 Who longs
 To roam and prowl
 Should shave before
 He starts to howl
 Burma-Shave
 Thrifty jars for
 Stay at homes
Handy tubes
 For him
 Who roams
 Burma-Shave
. .
 Tobacco stains
 And stale breath too
 Are two
 Of the things
 It takes from you
 Burma-Shave Tooth Powder
 You've used
 Our cream
 Now try our blades
 Pair up the best
 In shaving aids
 Burma-Shave
 We know
 How much
 You love that gal
 But use both hands
 For driving, pal
 Burma-Shave
. .
 When the stork
 Delivers a boy
 Our whole
 Darn factory
 Jumps for joy
 Burma-Shave

 
Three Burma-Shave mirrors from an eBay sale. .

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Separator from Mamarocks
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