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Twelve Amazing Vintage Ads and More From The Denver Eye

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If you haven't checked out the Denver Eye Facebook page yet, we strongly encourage you to do so right away.

The site earned a well-deserved 2015 Best of Denver award and Tom Lundin, the man behind it, has been feted in this space for his celebrations of the Mile High City's glorious past through photos, words and fascinating artifacts.

In this post, we feature the latter: vintage Denver-area ads or promotional images that will fill longtime Denverites with nostalgia and inspire newcomers to explore the rich history of the place they're making their home.

See a dozen examples below — and when you're done, be sure to visit The Denver Eye. You'll be glad you did.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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