Elsie The Cow Vintage Collectibles

| February 6, 2020 | 2 Comments

Elsie the CowElsie the Cow is a cartoon cow that has been used as the logo for the Borden Dairy Company since 1936. Elsie was created in the 1930s to symbolize the "perfect dairy product".

For a time in the mid-1940s when she was voiced by Hope Emerson, she was better known than some human celebrities, and Elsie the Cow remains among the most recognizable product logos in the United States and Canada.

If you collect Elsie The Cow Memorabilia then this page is sure to interest you. Check out these great collectibles from one of the most famous cows.

Elsie The Cow Vintage Collectibles and Memorabilia

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Do you know anyone who collects Cow Figurines? Well, actually I do know one or two. Check out these Best Ever Gifts For The "Cow Figurine" Collector.

Read a little history about Elsie The Cow and Elsie’s husband, Elmer the Bull,  who was later lent to Borden's chemical division as the mascot for Elmer's Glue.

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  1. Deni Speelman says:

    Cleaning out a garage for estate sale found a still working Elsie the cow coin operated childs ride like outside store fronts uses dimes.

  2. Susan Fronczak says:

    Do you purchase Bordens/Elsie items?

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