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.

28 x 21.5 cm, half-fold catalog. 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 & Sons established in Philadelphia in 1833. Philadelphia was a large candy-making center in the 19th and 20th centuries. Philadelphia grew from having just four confectioners in 1800, to 117 large-scale wholesalers, 418 retailers, and 1,011 places listed as corner candy stores just a century later. Fold creases, otherwise near fine. [Not in Romaine].

Price: $200.00