Inscription on reverse: (Levi's logo) + "CUT IN THE SIXTIES""ORIGINAL CORDS AND TWILLS"
A promotional Levi's postcard featuring 1960's imagery, from a series.
The image side is shiny silver metallic (which does not show in the scans).
This postcard features the British band The Small Faces who CUT the record "WHATCHA GONNA DO ABOUT IT" on the Decca label in the 60's.
This series of postcards were produced to promote 1960's cut Levi's using popular non-denim fabrics from the era such as corduroy and twill - a range known as "White Levi's"
Promo postcard, a collector's item from American denim jeans company Levi Strauss & Co.
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+ Will be sent in a small board-stiffened envelope +
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