Blue line-drawing illustration of two women with bob haircuts smelling flowers. Blue text above each woman. Blue scalloped border around edge of button.
Through the 1940s, pocket mirrors were a popular advertising opportunity, given that the back of the mirror would be on display whenever the user pulled it out in public to check their reflection. Today, unusual and inventive mirrors can frequently be sold at auction for hundreds of dollars to collectors.
This art deco illustration is part of a more risque category of pocket mirror, metamorphic, that creates a different image when held upside down. The primary view is two women with bob haircuts eating, while the inverted view is a pair of legs with various views of the intimate areas.
Simpson, Milt. (1994) Folk Erotica. Harper Collins. p. 54.