This item consists of two Antique Advertising Cards for Chocolat Guerin Boutron, which were lithographed in France in the late 19th century. 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 of these Antique Advertising Cards for Chocolat Guerin Boutron are in very good condition with faint stains on back.