Here’s a quartet of Steinberg ads (the second Steinberg set in this series), all courtesy of Warren Bernard, cartoon collector extraordinaire.
Not surprisingly, three of these ads are from when Steinberg was just beginning his New Yorker run (he began contributing in 1941). The first shown here though is from 1966. It could easily have run in The New Yorker as a drawing (oh, let’s face it: any of these would’ve worked as stand alone New Yorker art). Schweppes ad: 1950; H&G: 1948; Comptometer: 1945