To see select packs of our foreign brands, click HERE.

MEDICAL LABELS & PACKAGING- minimum label purchase is 6 labels.
CANDY LABELS & PACKAGING minimum purchase 6 labels.
If watersafe, foil, or metallic ink is indicated, the costs for individual face, back, and neck labels will be higher than those with just a regular 4-color ink label.
Practical candy bars and gum packages include sleeves (foil or wax paper) and are higher in price because of the additional materials required. This is also true if foil or metallic ink is needed.
CIGARETTE LABELS - minimum label purchase is 6 labels. - Click here for ND CIGARETTE LABELS
Magazines are available as front-only, front and back and with blank pages. Magazines can also be manufactured with repeated multiple pages. The costs for magazines is determined by the combination of cover, back, type of pages and size.

Cosmetic packaging, like all our other items can be purchased as individual labels (minimum purchase of six) or as custom practical labels and packaging with appropriate gold or silver metal or foiling.
We have soda labels available (minimum order of six) and we can prepare practical sodas in cans with water-safe paper labels or shrinkwrap versions which are appropriate for sodas manufactured from the 1970s to current day which have varying degrees of curved tops and bottoms. In order to provide accurate labels for individual brands which have metallic or foiled artwork, some alteration may be required for manufacturing and cost saving purposes. Water-safe paper labels can be prepared with gold or silver metallic or foil only. Caps area also available as plain expendables or decaled with specific brand art as custom.



Richard Adkins
Graphics Director
Our Graphics department is managed by Richard Adkins, a 35-year veteran of television
graphics at ABC, NBC and CBS. Richard attended Art Center College of Design and taught at
L.A. Trade Tech. He has won many awards for his art including The Broadcast Designers
Association and Emmy Award nominations. Richard's fine arts work has been shown in galleries
and his paintings are in prominent collections. He has a strong background in film history through
his 20+ years with Hollywood Heritage, Inc. and the Hollywood Heritage Museum. He is Art
Director for the book "VOX Amplifiers, The JMI Years" and is currently finishing "Adrian -
American Designer" a comprehensive biography of the costume designer Gilbert Adrian.

Our Graphics Department prides itself on being the best there is. We produce stunning
recreations of existing and period products and can create ND products from scratch. A full-service facility, we do photo retouching and traditional illustration in a variety of mediums. With our extensive product archives and research library, virtually anything is possible at the HFH Graphics Department - labels, product boxes, magazines, newspapers, forms, etc.

Pricing is time plus materials, and a set up charge if applicable. We offer practical versions of products - cigarettes, gum, candy, etc. If applicable, these products can be printed on water safe material, and
shrink wrapped, depending on the size. Scroll down for a more extensive sampling of our products. Clearance on copyrighted commercial products is solely the responsibility of the purchaser. We offer no clearances on copyrighted material of any type. We only sell to the trade. In most cases, the minimum label order is six. Our ND brands are listed below with the product type. Our stock consists of a limited number of overrun labels, a great number of digital files, and a significant number of reference materials which we use to create the products.




D
OMESTIC
Anheuser - Busch

Ballantine's (1940s - 1960s)
Billy Beer (1970s)
Bock - (1930s)

Brew 102 - (1950s -1960s)
Budweiser (1910s  - current)
Burgermeister (1930s - 1960s)
Busch Bavarian - (1960s)
Carling - (1950s - 1960s)
Coors - (1920s - 1970s)
Dixie - (1930s - 1970s)
Eastside - (1930s)
EWI - (1930s)
Export Dark - (1930s)
Falstaff - (1910s  - 1970s)
Golden Gate - (1950s)
Hamms - (1950s - 1970s)
Iroquois - (1950s)
Jax - (1930s - 1970s)
Kirin - (1930s)
Knickerbocker - (1950s - 1960s)
Lone Star - (1930's - 1980's)
Lucky - (1930s - 1960s)
Old Milwaukee - (1970s)
Olympia - (1910s - 1970s)
Miller - (1920s - 1980s)
Pabst - (1910s - 1980s)
Pearl - (1960s)

Point - (1930s)
Rhinegold - (1930s - 1960s)
Ruppert  - (1950s)
Schlitz - (1910s - current)
Schlitz Malt Liquor - (1970s)
Schmidt's - (1950s)
St. Pauli  Girl (1970s)
Stroh's (1910s)
St. Louis Lager (1910s)
Tube City (1930s)
FOREIGN
Aguila - (1930s Mexico)
Ayuthaya - (1970s Thailand)
33 - (1960s -1970s Vietnam)
Don Quixote - (1930s Mexico)
Holsten - (Germany)
Hue - (1960s -1970s Vietnam)
Molson - (1930s Canada)
Pacifico (Mexico)
Patricia (1930s Uruguay)
Polar - (1930s Cuba)
Sakura - (Japan)
Tiger - (1960s -1970s Vietnam)

Minimum purchase is 6
of  each item.

These are some of our existing labels and packages. They have all been previously produced, so they are priced as "in-stock" items. This is a listing only — no images will appear. All items are sold trimmed, but unassembled. New items are added all the time, so if you don't see something listed, please feel free to contact us to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BABY FOOD

Beechnut (1940s-1960s jar, box)

Gerber (1930s-1960s tin, jar, formula,

and cereal)

 

BREAD

Butternut (1920s)                          

Jerseymaid (1920s-1930s)

Wonder (1950s-1960s)

Weber's (1950s-1960s)

 

BAKING                                                   

Arm & Hammer Baking Soda (1940s-1970s)

C&H Sugar (brown, granulated,

and powdered  1950s-1960s)                                                    

Churn Baking Soda (1920s-1940s)  

Cream Corn Starch (1900-1930s)

Crisco (1920s-1960s)

Gold Medal Flour (1960s)

Kirk's Pancake Flour (1940s-1960s)

Little Fairies Baking Powder (1890s-1950s)

Spreckles Sugar (1950s)

Sue Bee Honey (1910s-1930s)

 

BEVERAGES

Cococream Drink Mix (1940s)

Hawaiian Punch (1960s)

Hi C Drinks (1950s-1970s)

Instant Sanka (1940s-1960s)

KoolAid (1960s)

Lipton Tea (1940s-1970s)

Maxwell House Coffee (1920s-1960s)

Nestle's Quik (1960s)

Sanka Instant Coffee (1960s)

Starlac Dry Milk (1950s)

Supreme Court Tomato Juice (1950s)

Tang (1960s)

Tower Tea (1900)

V-8 Tomato Juice (1950s-1960s)

 

BOX MIXES

Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix (1950s-1960s)

Buitoni Noodles (1940s-1950s)

Buitoni Pasta (1960)

Carnation Instant Breakfast (1960s)

Chef Boyardee Pizza Mix (1950s-1960s)

Dainticutts Macaroni (1920s-1930s)

Duncan Hines (1950s-1960s)

Finast Dry Peas (1920s-1950s)

Golden Grain Rice (1960s)

Idahoan Instant Potatoes (1960s)

Kraft Macaroni and Cheese (1950s-1970s)

Panshakes (1960s)

Rice-A-Roni (1960s)

Wonder Rice (1940s-1950s)

 

CANNED GOODS

Barefoot Boy Tomatoes (1900s)

Arcadia Beauty (1930s-1960s)

Bess Condensed Milk (1920s-1960s)

Blue Label (1880s-1920s)

Brand & Co. Beef (1900)

Burnham Brand (1890s)

Butterfly Brand Wax beans (1890s)

Campbells Pork and Beans (1930s)

Campbells Soup (various 1920's-current)

Canadian Beauty Kidney Beans (1940s-1950s)

Chef Boyardee (1960s)

Chicken of the Sea Tuna (1960s)

Defender Tomatoes (1890s-1920s)

Defy the World Tomatoes (1890s-1920s)

Del Monte Pears (1960)

Dinty Moore Beef Stew (1950s-1960s)

Fern Park (1920s-1950s)

Franco American (1960s)

Friskies Cat Food (1960s)

Gebhardt's Chili (1940s-1950s)

Gold Tip Turnip Greens (1950s)

Green Giant Pork & Beans (1960s)

Heinz Baked Beans (1930s)

Heinz Pork and Beans (1930s)

Hormel Chili (1940s-1950s)

Mary Kitchen Corned Beef Hash (1940s-1950s)

Marvel (1930s-1960s)

Milroy Pumpkin (1940s-1960s)

Nord See Sardines (1940s-1960s)

Orelux Strawberries (1940s-1950s)

S&W Applesauce (1940s-1960s)

Spam (1940s-1960s)

Squaw Brand Peas (1880s-1910s)

Stokely Lima Beans (1950s-1960s)

Van Camp Pork & Beans (1920s)

Victory Cherries (1940s)

Virginia Darrow Tomatoes (1950s-1960s)

Wildcliffe canned Blueberries (1940s-1950s)

 

CEREALS Click here for CEREALS BY YEAR

Astro Jets (1960s)

Cap'n Crunch (1960s)

Cheerios (1950s-1970s)

CocoPuffs (1960s)

Count Chocula (1960s)

Cream of Wheat (1930s-1960s)

Honey Comb (1960s)

Kelloggs Fruit Loops (1964)

Kelloggs Frosted Flakes (1960s)

Kelloggs Frosted Flakes individual (1950s)

Mother's Oats (1920s-1960s)

Nabisco Shredded Wheat (1930s-1950s)

Pep (1940s-1950s)

Pep Individual (1950s)

Post Honey Comb (1960s)

Post Raisin Bran (1960s)

Quaker Oats (1920s-current)

Quick Quaker Oats (1920s-1960s)

Rice Krispies (1940s-1950s)

Rice Krispies individual (1950s)

Sugar Pops Individual (1950s)

Sugar Smacks Individual (1950s)

Trix (1960s)

Wheaties (1950s-1960s)

Post Raisin Bran (1942-1960s)

 

CONDIMENTS

A1 Steak Sauce (1940s-1980s)

Aunt Jemima Syrup (1960s)

 

 

Belmont Catsup (1930s)

Best Foods Mayo (1950s-1960s)

Cobb's Chili Sauce (1920s-1930s)

Diamond Crystal Salt (1940s-1950s)

Don's Thousand Island Dressing (1940s-1950s)

Durham Mustard (1890s - 1930s)

Heinz Ketchup (1920s-1980s)

Hellman's Mayonnaise (1960)

Hunts Catsup (1960s)

Karo Syrup (1950s)

Kraft Mustard (1940s-1960s)

Kraft Preserves (1960)

Log Cabin Syrup (1960s-1970s)

Morton Salt (1910s - 1980s)

Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup (1960s-1970s)

Pasco Salsa (1950s)

Rex Pepper Sauce (1920s-1940s)

Sweet 'N Low Ssweetener (1960s)

Tate Sugar Cubes (1900)

 

DAIRY

Borden's Cottage Cheese (1950s-1960s)

 

DESSERTS

Betty Crocker Brownies (1960s)

 

Albers Tapioca (1940s-1950s)

Jello (1940s-1970s)

 

FAST FOOD

Chicken Delight (1950s-1960s)

Dunkin' Donuts (Cup box-1960s-1970s)

MacDonald's packaging (1950s-1970s)

 

FROZEN FOOD

Birdseye Peas (1950s)

Minute Maid Orange Juice (1950s-1960s)

 

ICE CREAM BARS

Beatle Bar (1960s)

Dilly Bar (1950s-1960s)

Good Humor (1920s-1940s)

Hershey's Carton (1950s-1960s)

Howdy Bar (1950s)

Popsicle (1950s-1960s)

Sure Good (1940s-1950s)

Tasty Bar (1930s-1960s)

 

OTHER

K&R Countrymaid Products (1890s-1930s)

Ragu Sauce (1940s-1950s)

Rapide's Lard (1920s-1950s)

Rexonia Brand Vinegar (1920s-1930s)

Square Deal Vinegar (1930s-1940s)

Kraft cheese singles (1960s)

Pop Tarts (1960s)

Velveeta (1940s-1950s)

 

SNACKS

Bartlett Potato Chips (1950s)

Bell Brand Potato Chips (1960s)

Cracker Jacks (1920s-1960s)

Goldcraft Peanut Butter (1930s-1940s)

Hostess Apple Pie (1950s 1960s)

Jiff Peanut Butter (1950s-1970s)

Jiffy Pop Popcorn (1960s)

Mr. Salty Pretzels (1960)

Oreo Cookies (1960s)

Ritz Crackers (1938-1980)

Skippy Peanut Butter (1950s-1980s)

Tom Sawyer Mixed Nuts (1960s)

Utz Potato Chips (1950s-1960s)

Vitasealed Potato Chips (1920s-1930s) )

Wise Potato Chips (1960)

 

 

ABSINTHE

Dubiet Pere et Fils (1890s-1920s)

H. Deniset Jeune (1890s-1910s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henri Francois Duval (1890s-1910s)

P. Crouzet (1890s-1920s)

Suisse (1890s-1910s) 

 

BRANDY

DuBarry Apricot (1920s-1940s)

Hawthorne Apricot (1930s-1950s)  

 

SAKE

Sakura (1930s-1940s)

 

CHAMPAGNE

Dom Perignon (1920s-present)

Moet & Chandon (1920s-present)

Veuve Cliquot (1920s-present)

 

COGNAC

Hennessey

Martell (1890s-1940s)

 

GIN

Biltmore (1930s)

Booth (1960s)

Gilbey's (1950s-1960s)

Gordons (1930s-1960s )

Seagram's (1950s-1970s)

 

LIQUEUR

Dubonnet (1950s-1960s)

Jagerkorn (1930s)

Loitens Aquavit (1890s-1910s)

Meinl (1890s-1930s)

 

RUM

Bacardi (1930s-1960s)

Four Aces (1930s-1950s)

 

 

 

 

SCOTCH

Cutty Sark (1930s-present )

Dewars White Label

(1930s-present )  

I.W. Harper (1940s-1960s) J&B (1930s-1960s)

Johnny Walker (1930s-1950s)

TEQUILA

Herradura (1920s)

 

 

VERMOUTH

DeTurin (1890s-1950s)

Madera (1890s-1960s)

 

VODKA

Smirnoff (1940s-1960s)

 

WHISKEY

Airport (1930s-1940s)

Ancient Age (1940s-1960s)

Canadian Club (1940s-1960s)

Edgewood Club (1950s-1960s)

Four Roses (1930s-1940s)

Golden Days (1930s-1950s)

Highland Spring (1940s-1960s)

 

 

 

 

Jack Daniels (1890s-present)

Kentucky Mellowood (1890s)

Kentucky Nectar (1930s -1950s)

Old Crow (1890s)

Old Forrester (1890s)

Old Grand Dad (1930s-1960s)

Old McBrayer (1890s)

Old Overholt (1900s-1950s)

Merit (1930s)

Mountain Corn )1930s-1960s)

Number 30 (1940s-1960s)

Riverbank (1930s-1950s)

Rosewood (1930s-1950s)

Seagrams 5 (1930s-1940s)

Seagrams 7 (1930s- )

Seven Thirty (1930s-1950s)

Suntory (1930s-1940s)

Three Feathers (1930s-1940s)

Walnut Hill (1940s-1960s)

Whipple Creek (1940s-1960s)

Wild Turkey (1950s-1960s)

 

WINE

Mouton Cade (1930s-1960s)

Mersault (1900s-1930s)

Renault's Sparkling (1930s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cigarette labels are avail-ble by themselves or pre-pared as a practical pack of 20 cigarettes. They can also be made with a box in-stead of a soft pack. When applicable, packs and boxes can be made with foil or metallic ink.

Belgium

Ahto (1930s-1940s)

 

France

Galouise (1940s-1950s)

 

Germany

Kirli (1930s-1940s)

 

Israel

Capital (1970s)

Dubai (1970s- Israel)

 

Russia

Soyuz (1970s)

 

 

 

 

 

U.S.

Bel-Air (1959-present)

Benson & Hedges (1960s-1970s)

Camel (1913-present)

Cavalier (1950s)

Chesterfield (1911-present)

Chesterfield 101 (1970s)

Domino (1933-1955)

Dunhill (1930s)

Herbert Tareyton (1913-1950s)

Hit Parade (1955)

Holiday (1950s)

Kent (1950s-present)

Kool (1933-present)

L&M (1950s-1970s)

Lucky Strike (1913-present)

Marlboro (1924-present)

Newport (1956-present)

 

 

Old Gold (1923-1950s)

Pall Mall (1939-present)

Parliament (1953-present)

Phillip Morris (1913-1960)

Raleigh (1928-present)

Regent (1955)

Salem (1956-present)

Spud (1926-1940s)

Sweet Caporal (1860-1930)

Tareyton (1958-present)

Vanity Fair (1957)

Viceroy (1935-present)

Virginia Slims (1968-present)

Wings (1940s)

Winston (1939-present)

 

Vietnam

Dien Bien (1960s)


Alka-Seltzer bottle,  box (1950-1970)
allergy medication box











aspirin labels
autopsy forms
bandage packaging




Bayer aspirin label, box (1940-1960)
Calamine lotion label
Chinese prescriptions
cotton roll box
dental records form
frog dissection charts
gauze packaging
haysma box
hospital forms
hospital wrist bands
iodine label
Israeli army medic labels
IV labels: Alcohol,
    Sodium Chloride,
    Dextrose, Plasma
Japanese WWII labels, boxes




Kleenex boxes (1930-1960)
Laudanum label
Listerine label (1950-1970)
mental hospital forms
military medic tag, books
morphine syringe label, box
Murine eye drops label, box (1920-1930)
patient record forms
Pepto-Bismol (1950-1970)
pharmacy herb labels (1890-1950)
polygraph forms
prescription labels
prescription pads
rubbing alcohol labels
vitamin label, box
witch hazel label












Aero Glass Cleaner (1950-1960)
Alcoa aluminum wrap  (1950-1960)
American Bouquet Soap (1890-1920)
Babo cleanser (1930-1960)
Best Test Ammonia (1910-1940)
Brillo Soap pads (1950s)

Clorox bleach (1940-2000)
Colorset spray paint (1950-1960)
Cutrite Wax Paper (1950s)
Dicadoo paint cleaner (1940s)
Dicdoo brush cleaner (1940s)
Dreft soap (1950-1960)
Dutch Cleanser (1900-1970)
Easyoff oven cleaner (1950-1960)
Edison Mazda light bulbs (1890-1920
Eveready batteries & box (1950-1960)
Eveready flashlight box (1950-1960)
Flower seeds (1920-1960)
Fuller house paint (1920-1930)
Gain soap (1950-1960)
GE light bulbs (1930-1940)
Glidden Spred paint (1940-1960)
Gold Dust Twins cleaner (1890-1960)
Ivory Snow soap (1950s)
Jubilee furniture polish (1950-1970)
Kleenex tissues (1929-1960)
Lynas Soap (1890-1930)
McDaniels cleanser (1940-1960)
Mrs. Stewarts Blueing (1890-1980)
Pasco cleaner (1940-1960)
Pretest rubbing alcohol (1940-1970)
R&R Turpentine (1920-1970)
Reynolds aluminum wrap (1950s)
Rit Dye (1940-1970)
Rubacol rubbing alcohol (1920-1940)
S.O.S. Soap pads (1930s)
Saran wrap (1960s)
Shinola shoe polish wax (1930-1980)
Sunbright cleanser (1920-1940)
Tide soap (1930-1960)
Top Knife box (1940-1970)
Vaseline (1930-1980)
Windex (1940-1970)
Zuider cleanser (1930-1950)













American Mercury (1930s)
Argosy (1920-1970)
Aviation (1920s)
Bang (Boxing 1930-1940)
(Harper's) Baz(a)ar 1945
Billboard (1920-1970)
Boxing News 1920-1930
Bronze Thrills (1950s)
Bulletin of the
     Atomic Scientist (1940-1950)
Cashbox (1950s-1960s)
Children's Life (1920s)
Clues (1930-1940) 
Cosmopolitan (1970s)
Crimebusters (1920-1940)
Detective Stories (1940s)
Dig (1950s)
Ebony (1960-1980)
Elegance (1960s)
English Illustrated Magazine (1900)
Film Fun (1920-1930)
Fishing (1960s)
Glamour (1939-1960)
Good Housekeeping (1920-1970)
Guidepost (1960-1970)
Hep Cats (1950s)
Hit Parade (1950)
Ingenue (1960s)
Interview (1970-1980)
Jet (1950-1970)
Ladies Home Journal (1944)
Life (1920-1990)
Look (1940-1970)
McCalls' (1930-1970)
McCarthyism,
     The Fight for America (1950s)

Modern Screen (1930-1960)
Motion Picture (1910s-1960s)
Motion Picture Classic (1920-1930)
Movie Star Parade (1950s)
National Geographic (1910-1990)
Nature (1920s)
Needlework (1950s)
Negro Digest (1940s)
New Movie (1934)
Newsweek (1950s-2000)
New Yorker (1930-1960)
Outdoor Life (1930s - 1960s)
Photoplay (1920-1970)
Picture Play (1925)
Picture Show (UK 1950s)
Playbills (1950-1980)
Playboy (1960s-1980s)
Punch (UK 1950-1960)
Readers Digest (1950s-1970s)
Road and Track (1960s)
Rock and Soul (1969)
Rolling Stone (1960s)
Saturday Evening Post (1910-1970)



Screen Stories (1930s)
Seventeen (1960s)
Soldier (UK 1950s)
Soul (1970)
Sports Story Magazine (1920-1930)
Sports Illustrated (1950-1990)
Successful Farming (1925)
Tan (1960s)
The Literary Digest (1920-1930)
The National (1925)
The Red Book (1925)
The Ring (1920-1960)
Time (1920-current)
Time (WWII Pony Edition)
True Crime (1950s)
TV Guide (1950-1960)
TV Radio Mirror (1950s)
TV Star Parade (1950s)
Vogue (1930-1970)
Western Outdoors (1950s)
Woman's Home Companion (1920s)
Woman's Own (1970)




Boston Globe
Boston Register (1940s)
Chicago Courier (1940s)
Columbus Dispatch (1920-1950)
Hollywood Citizen News (1920-1940)
London Dispatch (1940s)
Los
Angeles Times (1910-2000)
Muhammed Speaks (1960s)
New York Daily News (1930-2000)
New York Journal American (1940s)
New York Post (1940-2000)
New York Times (1800-2000)
Omaha World Herald
Pennsylvania Gazeteer (1700-1850)
Philadelphia Inquirer (1860-1960)
Pravda (1950s)
Santa Fe New Mexican (1940-2000)
St. Louis Post Dispatch (1920s)
Stars and Stripes (1910-1970)
Tombstone Epitath (1880s)
Washington Post (1940-1960)

Canada Dry (1920-1970)
Coca~Cola (1890-1990)
Diet Pepsi (1960-1970)
Diet Coke (1960-1970)
Diet Rite Cola (1960-1970)

Dr Pepper (1960s)
Fanta (1960-1970)
Fresca (1960-1970)
Hawaiian Punch (1950-1970)
Hires (1940-1960)
Mother's Pride (1950-1960)
Mountain Dew (1960-1970)
Mr. Pibb (1960-1970)

Nesbitt's (1940-1970)
Nehi (1940-1960)
Pepsi (1960-1970)
Schweppes (1950-1970)
Sprite (1960)
Tab (1960-1970)

3 Tone Scalp Rub (1910-1930)
Afro Sheen hairspray (1970s)
Amber Lion hair tonic (1910-1930)
Aqua Net hairspray (1950-1970)
Aqua Velva after shave (1960)
Barbasol tube shaving cream (1940-1960)
Breck's Shampoo (1950-1970)
Brylcreem (1950-1970)
Colgate toothpaste (1950-1960)
Crest toothpaste (1950-1970)
Cutex nail polish (1920-1930)
Evening in Paris perfume (1940-1960)
Flamingo hairpins (1950-1960)
Gay Top hairspray (1950-1960)
Gillette Foamy shaving cream (1960)
Glover's hair tonic ((1950-1969)
Halo Shampoo (1950-1960)
Ipana toothpaste (1950-1960)
Jergens hand lotion (1930-1960)
Lucky Tiger hair tonic (1940-1960)
Max Factor makeup (1920-1980)
Odells Hair Trainer (1950-1960)
Palmolive tube shaving cream (1940-1960)
Pine hair shampoo (1920-1930)
Pond's Cold Cream (1950-1960)
Raveen hairspray (1960-1970)
Rosita Face Cream (1920-1930)
Sue Pree oily nail polish remover (1950-1960)
Tame cream rinse, conditioner (1950-1960)
Toni Home Permanent (1950-1960)
Vitalis (1940-1960)
White Rain shampoo (1950-1960)
Wildroot Hair Oil, shampoo (1940-1960)
America Communicaciones Mundiales ITT (1950-1960)
Baldwin-Tropics Radiogram (1920-1940)
Cable West Coast (Bolivia 1920-1940)
CN Telecommunications (Canada 1960s)
Company Telegrafica Mexicana (1920-1940)
Deutsche Bundespost (1940s)
Mackay Radio Telegram (1920-1950)
Post Office Cable & Wire Service (UK 1930s)
Postal Telegraph Cablegram & Night Lettergram (1920-1950)
Radio~Telegramm (Germany 1910-1930)
Radiogram (1920-1950)
RCA Radiogram & International (1920-1950)
Republique Francaise Telegramme (1920-1930)
The American Radio Relay League (1930-1950)
The Eastern Telegraph Co. Ltd. (1900-1940)
Western Union (1880-1980)
Western Union Money Order & Holidays (select)
Western Union Social Message (1939)
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Medicine bottles can be filled with plastic pills or capsules to give the impression of actual pills - these would be rentals and can be obtained through the sales department at History For Hire. Our extensive library and research resources enable us to research specific medications needed to treat specific maladies in any given period in history. Our military medical supplies are substantial and we maintain a special collection of Japanese World War II medications. Our large supply of collapsible aluminum tubing and our waterslide decal system enables us to make practical tubes for medical materials.
BEER LABELS - BOTTLE AND CANS  - Click here for ND BEER LABELS
(Bottle labels include neck and face labels when possible. Some cartons available.)

Not all brands are available in both bottle and can for all years.
 FOOD PACKAGING - LABELS, BOXES, BAGS, etc.  - Minimum purchase - 6 of each item.

 

ALCOHOL LABELS
HOUSEHOLD GOODS LABELS & PACKAGES - Minimum purchase is 6 of each item.
MAGAZINE COVERS/BACKS - Click here for ND MAGAZINES
NEWSPAPERS - Click here for NEWSPAPER samples

Our newspapers are printed on newsprint and are charged by the number of pages. We have ND pages, which can be amended to incorporate your headline, photo, and subhead.   We have select ND newspapers available, please call for specific eras and cities.

SODA/SOFT DRINKS
COSMETIC LABELS AND PACKAGING
TELEGRAM FORMS    (select telegrams have envelopes)
The majority of our graphics work at History For Hire is one-off custom graphics. Our vintage product archive and extensive library of periodicals and books enable us to locate and document reference images for products which our expert staff can then turn into new product props for your film, television, music video, theatre, photographic or installation project. 
5th Avenue (1940-1960)
Charms (1940-1960)
Adams gum, Blackjack, Clove and Grape







York peppermint patty *
Beechnut gum (1930-1960)Spearmint, Fruit Stripes,    5 mint, cinnamon
Mason, Berries (1940-1960)
Abba Zabba (1950-2000)
Look (1950-2000)
Rocky Road * (1950-2000)
U-No (1950-2000)
Butterfinger * (1930-2000)
Chiclets * (1930-2000)
Cracker Jacks (1900-1960)
Mr. Delish popcorn
Dots (1940-2000)
Peter Paul * Almond Joy,
     Mounds (1950-1960)
Mr. Goodbar * (1930-1960)
Hershey's, milk chocolate &
w/almonds * (1920-2000)
Cherry-a-let * (1940-1960)
Jujubes (1940-1960)
Lifesavers (1920-2000)
Milky Way * (1940-1960)
Chocolate Mint Patty * (1940-1960)
Wrigley gum * (1920-2000) incl.
Spearmint,  Doublemint, Juicy Fruit,
Big Red
Payday * (1940-1960)
Welch's Pom Poms (1950-1960)
Tops Baseball gum (1950-1960)
Atomic Fireball * (1940-2000)
Canada Licorice (1940-1960)
Candy cigarettes
Dentyne gum * (1920-1960)
Good and Plenty (1930-1960)
Mars bar * (1940-1960)
Planters Peanuts * (1930-1960)
Swing * (1940-1960)
Tootsie Roll * (1940-1960)
Boston Baked Beans (1950-2000)
Baby Ruth * (1920-2000)
Clark's Teaberry Gun (1940-1960)
O Henry (1940-1960)
Clark bar * (1920-2000)
Moon Pie * (1940-1960)
Nestle's, Crunch (1940-1960)
Bit O Honey (1920-1960)
Love Nest * (1940-1960)
Pineapp (1920-1930)
It bar (1920-1930)
Necco wafers (1930-2000)
Jujyfruit (1940-1960)
Jordan Almonds (1940-1960)

* indicates movie counter or grocery display box or unit.