National Biscuit Company (later Nabisco), Poughkeepsie, NY, photograph. Early 20th century. Frame measures 13 x 11.5 inches.
Large hand carved maple advertising key. Early to mid 20th century. Length is 24.5 inches.
Antique RUNKEL BROTHERS Breakfast Cocoa advertising tin, New York. This is very old and shows signs of wear from age and use, but over all in good unaltered condition with the patina it's earned after 100+ years. The tin measures 5" to top of lid x 2.5" square. Some of the wording..."U.S. SERIAL NUMBER 5"..."GUARANTEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUGS ACT, JUNE 30TH, 1906"..."PREPARED FROM THE CHOICEST COCOA BEANS"..."ESTABLISHED 1870"..."PURE"..."HIGH GRADE".
Cobalt glass Cherry Laurel Water poison bottle. Dodge and Olcott Co, NY. Put up expressly for Smith, Kline and French, Inc., Philadelphia, PA. Excellent condition with all its original labels. Measures 7.5 inches high.
Vintage Magnolia Balm for a lovely complexion, advertising circa 1900. The copy reads: "How Shall a face upon which nature has not set the seal of beauty be made by art to seem beautiful? A lovely complexion and fair skin for all. Radiant purity of the skin........" The product was made by Lyon Manufacturing Co, 144 Duane Street, New York. A note to the buyer reads: "This is a specimen of Japanese paper and ornamental printing done in the city of Yeddo Japan and used as a napkin by those wonderful people." The frame measures 10.5 x 12.5 inches and the print measures 6.5 x 8 inches. Excellent condition, newly framed.