New York: Grand Union Tea Company, 1910.
Bi-fold circular (30.5 x 23 cm.). The “largest tea and coffee retailers in the country”. This advertising circular cites over two hundred branches across the country and illustrates a variety of premiums: japanned ware, dinner sets, lamps, aprons and more. Each premium is valued at a set number of tickets, with the final page of the circular indicating a price list for teas, coffees, spices, soaps, and sundries that also serves as a key for the number of tickets per purchase. Illustrated with a depiction of the company's headquarters at Pearl, Jay & Front Streets in Brooklyn, a massive warehouse surrounded by horse drawn wagons to deliver the goods. Some wear to edges and small tear to fold, otherwise very good.