Earlier this week, a jeweler from Louisiana sent several issues from the 1930s and 1940s to JCK’s New York City offices.
Since our archives only contain a few issues from those decades, this find goes a long way to further piecing together JCK’s history.
I’ll have some cool tips and features from these issues in the future, but for now here are five covers that serve as reminders of what beautiful designs that era was capable of:
The Keystone July 1933
The Keystone July 1934
JCK June 1936
JCK March 1937
JCK March 1948
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