[Broadside] Excelsior Cooking Utensils, Manufactured by Howdon's Sons, Cincinnati, O.

Cincinnati: Circa 1872.

Broadside, 27.3 x 13.5 cm. Illustrated advertisement for Excelsior cooking vessels, which purport to contain no "injurious enamels" and have "only one-half the weight to lift of an ordinary iron vessel". "Rice, hominy and all kinds of food can be cooked and retain their natural color, and receives no impure taste from the vessel, as is the case with copper bottoms, ordinary iron pots and impure enamel. "For sale by Cincinnati Tin and Japan Co., importers and dealers in tin plate and metals including japanned, plain and stamped ware, and tinners' supplies. Slight fold creases and edge wear as well as very slight foxing, otherwise very good condition. [not located by OCLC; Romaine page 214 - Cincinnati Public Library].

Price: $90.00