Flame-Proof Christmas Trees that Glow in the Dark (Nov, 1950)

Flame-Proof Christmas Trees that Glow in the Dark

Different! Needles never shed—no dirt— lasts lifetime. Safe— flameproof! Amazingly beautiful in light or darkness. Folds for storage. Imported from Europe—limited supply. Order now.


Just pay postman on delivery, plus postal charges. Be sure to state size tree desired. Or send cash with order and we prepay all postage. Satisfaction or money back. Dealers wanted.

2 Ft. $2
3 Ft. $3
4 Ft. $4

TOY SHOP, Dept.33-M, 2241 Gravois, St.Louis 4, Missouri

  1. Rick s. says: December 22, 201110:54 am

    I remember those early artificial trees. They all looked rather sparse and as if they were made of oversized pipe cleaners. At least the ones in this ad are small and not too expensive like some of the full sized ones I saw around back then.


  2. Terry says: December 22, 201111:33 am

    Who wouldn’t want a glow-in-the-dark tree. But I agree with Rick, it could use a few more branches.

  3. Hirudinea says: December 22, 20112:52 pm

    God bless the 50’s when radium was cheap and unregulated!

  4. Jari says: December 22, 20115:47 pm

    Still beats an artificial >pink< Christmas trees….

  5. whoozle whaazle says: December 22, 20117:49 pm

    Glow in the dark tree – now delivered by the Radium Girls !

  6. kedamono says: December 23, 201110:24 am

    And being flame-proof means that it’s made out of asbestos!

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