From the NOT file I keep are these two ads that I find interesting and you might as well:
I call them "not" because the quilts depicted are clearly not crazy quilts. They were most likely pre-printed patchwork fabric (cheater cloth) and machine quilted and sold to resemble a hand-made piece. The illustrations and the wording reflect the lack of quilting knowledge of the marketing staff.
I also like looking at the prices. According to an inflation calculator I found online, $4.75 is equal to $72.90 today.
The terminology used in the ads is also revealing: "quilts that will stand many tubbings" reminds us that women had a heck of a job cleaning their bedding.