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C. Wilkinson’s Sons. Commission Merchants, Fruits and Produce.
Philadelphia: C. Wilkinson’s Sons, 1904. Billhead (15.5 x 22 cm.). Printed in red and black, for C. Wilkinson’s Sons , “commission merchants, fruits, and produce” with cranberries as their specialty. Addressed to C.E. Cowen of Marion, billed for “45 Be CB”. Slight creasing, else fine. (Item #3628)
Price: $20.00
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Kitchen Queen Roasted Coffee, One Pound Full Weight.
Burlington, Iowa: John Blaul’s Sons Co. [circa 1880]. Six-panel, chromolithographed coffee box label (35.5 x 30 cm.). Printed recto only in gold, silver, blue, red, and black. Unused and unfolded. John Blaul's Sons Co. advertise their coffee as "The kind that satisfies all lovers of good coffee." Under its "BBBB" brand, Blaul's Sons issued a wide range of canned and packaged foods, including coffee, currants, peaches, apricots, seasonings, etc. Fine. (Item #6901)
Price: $60.00
Kitchen Queen Roasted Coffee, One Pound Full Weight. Coffee box label – Chromolithograph; John Blaul’s Sons Co., Iowa Burlington.
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101 Ways to Prepare Macaroni.
Brooklyn, NY: V. La Rosa & Sons, Inc. 1937. Duodecimo, 94 pages. First edition. A small recipe book compiled by New York-based pasta manufacturer. La Rosa & Sons, founded in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 1914. Just two years before the publication of this booklet, The Brooklyn Eagle declared Brooklyn the "U.S. Macaroni Center". The authors go out of their way to expound on the healthfulness and non-fattening nature of macaroni, and... (Item #2183)
Price: $50.00
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George Miller & Sons, Manufacturers of Confectionery, and wholesale dealers in foreign fruits and nuts, No. 610 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Philadelphia: Haddock & Son, Printers, circa 1870. Bi-fold catalog (28 x 21.5 cm.) 4 pages. Printed in blue and red. One engraved image of “The Excelsior Fruit Drop Machine”. A catalog of confections offered by George Miller & Sons of Philadelphia. Decorative red border encloses product list. Items include cough confections, Arabian gum drops and sticks, fruit, nuts, jelly work, rock candy, chocolate, sardines, fancy toys, and more. George Miller... (Item #4337)
Price: $200.00
George Miller & Sons, Manufacturers of Confectionery, and wholesale dealers in foreign fruits and nuts, No. 610 Market Street, Philadelphia. Trade Catalog – Confectionery, George Miller, Sons.