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51.
[Scrapbook Paper Napkin Sample Book].
circa 1950. 18.5 x 21 cm, upaginated (54 leaves). Collection of fifty-four paper napkins tipped-in with staples, primarily white with color printing though includes two colored paper napkins. This collection includes a wide of variety of designs, primarily promoting businesses and branded products, though some generic seasonal and geometric designs as well. Includes napkins for “Nick’s Cafeteria” in Old Orchard Beach, Maine and “Malone Hardward Co.” in Malone, New York..... (Item #3898)
Price: $150.00
[Scrapbook Paper Napkin Sample Book]. Salesman's Sample Book - Erving Weave Napkins.
52.
Charles G. Summers Jr., Inc. New Freedom, PA. Label Book.
New Freedom, PA: Charles G. Summers Jr., Inc. [undated]. Spiral-bound tall octavo (4.5 x 11.5 cm.), unpaginated [59 leaves]. Fifty-seven full-color chromolithograph labels for canned vegetables. A family business founded in 1865, the Summers Canning Company packed a variety of brands, included here are Superfine, Legion, Lagoon, Mountain, and Summit Grove Brand peas, carrots, corn, potatoes, tomatoes and more. The company was sold to Hanover Foods in 1984 and the... (Item #3597)
Price: $225.00
53.
Table Monitor of the Shakers at Mt. Lebanon, N.Y.
Mt. Lebanon, NY: Mt. Lebanon Shaker Village, 1868. Two column broadside, 27.5 x 21.5 cm. A poem of eight numbered stanzas, which appeared as early as 1830, and is attributed to Hannah Bronson. A later printing included this explanation, "The foregoing hymn was composed by Hannah Bronson, a Shakeress, in consequence of a story being circulated that the Shakers put some kind of seed into their cakes." Rumor had it... (Item #4814)
Price: $350.00
Table Monitor of the Shakers at Mt. Lebanon, N.Y. Shakers - Table Monitor, Elizabeth R. Avery, Hannah Bronson.
54.
Two one-page typed letters on the state of the Hog Markets
1865, 1866. Two one-page TLs, 23.5 x 18.25 each. Letters dated December 12, 1865 and January 17, 1866. Each describe the "unsettled" hog market and increases in prices for "Best Quality", "Fair to Good","Common & Mast Fed", and "Western Dressed" grade hogs. Stahlnecker & Dorman were commission dealers in live and dressed hogs out of New York. Both letters feature fold creases and ink smudges, and the 1866 letter includes small illustration of pigs. (Item #3295)
Price: $60.00
Two one-page typed letters on the state of the Hog Markets. Stahlnecker, Dorman.
55.
Small archive of items related to classic Tiki bartender Alex Stergios.
Circa 1930. Five pieces of Tiki-bar related ephemera, including: a photograph of Alex Stergios, inscibed to Dick Gump in Taihiti in 1930; Gump's Guest Membership Card in the Tahiti Yacht Club, two labels for the "Alex Rainbow Cocktail" and a handbill for Stergios' Rendevous club in San Francisco. Stergios was the bartender at the Tahiti Yacht Club in Papeete, Tahiti. Later after moving to the states, he was co-owner, with... (Item #4894)
Price: $350.00
Small archive of items related to classic Tiki bartender Alex Stergios. Alex Stergios, Dick Gump.
56.
Menus from the S.S. Aleutian.
Vancouver, B.C. Alaska Cruise Lines, Ltd. May through August, 1930. Group of nine menus (each 21.5 x 14 cm.), single leaf, printed both sides. Illustrated with half-tones, depicting scenes of Alaska. All are breakfast or lunch menus from the S.S. Aleutian. A statement at the foot of the menus states, “Envelopes for mailing may be obtained at the print shop” reminding us that the menus served a purpose beyond delivering..... (Item #6970)
Price: $100.00
57.
Illustrated Catalogue of Cider Mills, Wine Presses, Lard Presses, Wagon Jacks, &c.
Higganum, Conn. Higganum Manufacturing Corporation, c. 1880. Small octavo, 12 pages. A handsome small trade catalogue illustrated throughout with steel engravings of cider mills, wine presses, a lard press and more. Some wear to pink paper wrappers, with steel engraved illustration on the front panel, otherwise very good. [OCLC shows 4 listings for all years]. (Item #2199)
Price: $175.00
58.
Garland Stoves and Ranges. No. 32. Supplementary Catalogue.
Detroit: The Michigan Stove Company, 1902. 1902. Quarto, 40 pages. First edition. A very handsome catalogue of Garland stoves and ranges, illustrated throughout. Some light wear to the paper-covered boards, with green, black and red art-nouveau style design. A bit of wear to the green cloth spine, otherwise fine. (Item #1641)
Price: $500.00
59.
H.H. Hatch & Co., (successors to Skeels & Hatch), Importers and wholesale dealers in pure Rye & Bourbon Whiskies. 125 River Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland, OH: H.H. Hatch & Co. [circa 1870]. Trade card, (7 x 12cm). Printed one side in black and gold, on pale red card stock. The 1886 Directory, Leading Manufacturers and Merchants of the City of Cleveland and Environs, describes the firm as follows. "One of the best-known houses in Cleveland is that of H. B. Hatch & Co.', importers and wholesale liquor dealers. This house dates its foundation from... (Item #4889)
Price: $150.00
H.H. Hatch & Co., (successors to Skeels & Hatch), Importers and wholesale dealers in pure Rye & Bourbon Whiskies. 125 River Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Trade Card - Whiskey, H. H. Hatch, Co.
60.
Chocolat Côte d’Or Album Botanica.
Brussels, Belgium: Affiches Marci, circa 1930. Folio, 38 x 33 cm, 20 pages. Album containing 156 chromolithograph trade cards. In French and Flemish. Album produced for Côte d’Or customers to collect, specifically, the company’s botanical trade cards. Each page contains an outlined area for eight specific cards with a description for each printed in French and Flemish. Full-color trade cards are pasted down and depict a wide range of flora..... (Item #4680)
Price: $150.00
61.
Thirty-one mounted trade cards, all advertising chocolate.
Unbound sheets of black construction paper (17 x 14 cm.), mounted with thirty-one chromolithograph trade cards. Two of the cards, those for the Maison du Petit st. Thomas, are die-cuts of an artist’s palate. Mounting paper is worn and chipped at edges; though the cards are mounted, the rectos of the cards themselves are very good. (Item #6254)
Price: $180.00
62.
[Suite of Sixteen Chocolate Box Trade Cards with accompanying engraved plates].
A Paris: chez E. Jourdan, quai des Augustins, n. 17, [circa 1825]. Sixteen numbered poems printed on trimmed laid paper (the largest measuring 8 x 8.5 cm.), accompanied by sixteen corresponding engraved plates (sheet sizes circa 12.75 x 9.75 cm., and images 5 x 3.75 cm.). The imprint is provided at the bottom edge of plates no. 6 and 14. Bonbon box trade cards to be collected by children, the... (Item #6446)
Price: $900.00
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Catalog No. 23: Butchers' Cooling Rooms, Refrigerators, and Butchers' Supplies.
Sioux City, IA: G.H. Jenkinson Company, [circa 1910s]. Oblong folio in wrappers, 36 pages. Illustrated. Trade catalogue with a vast array of items for the butcher shop and home, manufactured by the G.H. Jenkinson Company, including platform scales, meat slicers, lard presses, salt and pepper shakers, hotel linens, and candy maker supplies, among many other things. Over two hundred categories of items outlined in the index. Hole punch through upper..... (Item #3260)
Price: $400.00
Catalog No. 23: Butchers' Cooling Rooms, Refrigerators, and Butchers' Supplies. Trade Catalogue - Butcher Equipment, G H. Jenkinson Company.
64.
Knowles, Taylor, and Knowles: Pioneer Manufacturers of Iron Stone China and Fine
East Liverpool, Ohio: [the company]; Simms Steam Print, [circa 1880]. 16mo, single sheet uncut & folded to form [10] pages; illustrated. Net price list of decorated ware with descriptions of Toilet Sets, Tea Sets, Decorated Ware, Covered Jugs, Molasses Cans, Etc. Knowles, Taylor and Knowles was formed in 1870, though its antecedents date to 1854. By the early 1870's the company specialized in Iron Stone China and operated four kilns... (Item #6512)
Price: $95.00
Knowles, Taylor, and Knowles: Pioneer Manufacturers of Iron Stone China and Fine. Trade catalogue – China, Taylor Knowles, Knowles, East Liverpool Pottery Works.
65.
Appareils de Cuisine et de Chauffage au Gaz et au Carbon.
Lyon: Brachet & Richard; [Imprimerie Leon Sezanne, [circa 1935]. Velour, post-bound catalogue (21.5 x 17 cm.), unpaginated. Illustrated. Printed throughout in red and black. FIRST EDITION. Trade catalogue of gas and coal stoves and heating appliances. Attractive, Art Deco-style design throughout, with red velour stiff wrappers, debased and titled in gold. Unrecorded. [OCLC locates no copies]. (Item #6267)
Price: $150.00
66.
Ten Tin Can Company catalogues, featuring nine American Can Company volumes and one Erie Can Company.
Rome: c. 1908. Incorporated in 1901, the American Can Company was a member of the “Tin Can Trust” that controlled a large percentage of the tin market. In 1913 the U.S. Government sued the Company on the grounds of monopoly. Though less is known about the Erie Can Company, the catalogue presents a beautiful example of an American Can Company competitor. Each catalogue is illustrated and most include select full-color... (Item #3211)
Price: $1,800.00
67.
Corks.
New York: Truslow & Nostrand, circa 1867. Half-fold advertisement (26.7 x 21.6 cm.). Marketing a "large and full assortment of all descriptions of corks in large or small quantities" on the front, on the inside fold is a copied letter informing customers of the consolidation of Sparkman Truslow & Co. into the Truslow & Nostrand Co. Fold-marks and three-hole punches through edge, otherwise very good condition. (Item #3264)
Price: $90.00
Corks. Truslow, Nostrand.
68.
Bonne double bierre.
[París, France: Paulot & Carré, circa 1828]. Wallpaper broadside (45 x 51 cm.), with seven-color woodcut (black, orange, green, blue, white, gray, and brown). Printed on a brown paper coated with a pale blue pigment. The text states, "Bonne double bierre", and the scene depicts four soldiers in uniform being waited on by a woman. She pours a seated soldier a drink while another stands with his hand draped around... (Item #5945)
Price: $2,000.00
Bonne double bierre. Wallpaper advertising broadside - Beer; Paulot & Carré.
69.
The Little Daisy Salad Book.
Minden, NE: Marian Weber, 1923. 15.2 x 11.5 cm, 24 pages. In addition to “Salad Rules and Hints” contained here are over ninety recipes for wide variety of salads, dressings, garnishes, and complementary food items. Recipes make ample use of pineapple and mayonnaise. Also many examples of decorative salads, such as “Porcupine Salad” and “Snow Man Salad”. In blue wrappers with small daisy cluster illustration, has some slight discoloration otherwise..... (Item #3709)
Price: $75.00
The Little Daisy Salad Book. Marion Weber.
70.
Carte Des Vins De France Présentée par Hotel Meurice, Drouant, French Line, Café, Fouquet's, Armenonville, Pavillon Royal, Pré Catelan.
[Paris, France]: Le Restaurant Français, Exposition Internationale de New York, 1939. Folio, unpaginated [16 pages]. Illustrated throughout. Text in French. Wine list for the seminal restaurant run by Henri Soulé in the French pavilion of the 1939 New York World's Fair. Features four hundred seven unique wines and spirits, including Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Cote du Rhone, Cognac, and more. After the fair, Soulé moved the restaurant into Manhattan, and continued..... (Item #3721)
Price: $300.00
Carte Des Vins De France Présentée par Hotel Meurice, Drouant, French Line, Café, Fouquet's, Armenonville, Pavillon Royal, Pré Catelan. Wine List, Le Pavillon.

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