This item consists of two French late 19th century lithographed advertising cards promoting "Chocolat Guerin-Boutron." The top card shows two boys with the fried potato merchant, a young woman in a frilled blue and white outfit, who is working at a kettle under a pink awning. One boy is handing her the money, while the other is crying presumably because he has no money. The card reads: "Marchande de Pommes de Terre Frites" (Fried Potato Merchant). The bottom card shows two young girls watching a puppet show which is being performed by a young boy on a classic 19th century puppet stage. They are in a room with wooden floors, gold walls, and potted flowers. The card reads: "Plaisirs du Jeudi" (Thursday's Pleasures). Both cards measure 4.375" high by 2.5625" wide and were printed by "Minot et Cie, 5 Rue Bernager, Paris" on thin off-white card stock. They have the same text on back. Both are in very good condition with faint stains on back.