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All Items : Advertising : Pre 1900 item #1014066 (stock #384)
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In 1865, John and Charles Arbuckle patented a process for roasting and coating coffee beans. Their coffee became an instant success not only because of the quality of the product, but because of their ingenious marketing strategies. First, each bag of their coffee contained a peppermint stick. Next, the Arbuckle Brothers printed coupons on the back of the bags. These coupons could be redeemed for all types of items ranging from razors to wedding rings...
All Items : Ethnic : African American : Pre 1950 item #919334 (stock #319)
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This cream and open sugar was manufactured by the F&F Mold & Die Company and were issued as a premium by Quaker Oats in the 1940's. They are yellow hard plastic, with figural handles representing Aunt Jemima & Uncle Mose. Each piece measures 2 1/4" in height and is in excellent condition with no apparent damage and almost no paint wear. They are both marked on the bottom "F & F Mold & Die Works, Inc., Dayton, Ohio, Made in U.S.A." These are guaranteed to be original...
All Items : Advertising : Pre 1960 item #851365 (stock #286)
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This is an actual store display for Presto cookers and canners. It was manufactured by National Presto Industries, Inc, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and distributed by the Allison-Erwin Company of Charlotte, North Carolina. This case was originally sold to F.E. Biggerstaff of Bostic N.C., as there is a brochure addressed to Biggerstaff dated January 4, 1955 which includes the parts prices for that year...
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