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#ZLCA284 - Early Scarce O'Keeffe's Shamrock Brand Tomatoes Can Label
Click the picture to see a much larger more detailed image. Vintage large 14 1/2" wide can label from around 1910. Says "O'Keeffe's Shamrock Brand Tomatoes" "M. O'Keeffe Boston, Mass." "These Goods are For Sale in all of O'Keeffe's 100 Branch Stores". Repeating Shamrock image and a large tomato pictured.They have no weight designation which was required by Federal Law in 1913, so they are older than that. We acquired these from the estate of Zane Shaffer who was one of the largest long time dealers on the east coast. Excellent unused condition. You can see a little age stain on the back, but it doesn't bleed through to the front.
$1.50



#ZLCA283 - Beautiful Early Maine Corn Can Label - C. H. Towle
Click the picture to see a much larger more detailed image. Vintage 11 1/2" wide can label from around 1910. Says "Maine Corn" "C. H. Towle, Concord, Mass.". Beautiful stone litho image of corn and water lillies and cattails. They have no weight designation which was required by Federal Law in 1913, so they are older than that. We acquired these from the estate of Zane Shaffer who was one of the largest long time dealers on the east coast. Excellent unused condition.
$1.50



#ZLT016 - Long Distance Tobacco Wrapper
Vintage Long Distance tobacco wrapper. Unused stock from the Scotten, Dillon Company, Detroit, Michigan. These are very early and beatiful stone lithos. Circa 1910. A large lot of old boxes and paper were found at the Scotten Dillon warehouse many years ago. We just picked up several different types from the guy who rescued them, and he let loose of some of the oldest ones that were found. They are very nice and in excellent condition. The entire label is 12" long and wrapped around a plug of tobacco. The image pictured showed up on the front and is about 4" wide.
$1.00



#CH384.1  - Charlie Chaplain Silent Movie Handbill - Fall of Babylon

OK guys. Something like this is uncommon. Vintage Charlie Chaplain items like this are nearly impossible to find. They came out of an old theatre in Brooklyn, NY. They are 11" tall thin paper handbills that they passed out in front of the theater to attact customers. It advertises D. W. Griffith's The Fall of Babylon which was made in 1919, so that is the time period these are from. It shows the second feature was Charlie Chaplan's comedy "Carman" which was made in 1917. This was the era of the silent movie and so it says "music throughout the entire show". What that means is that some guy played the organ while you watched the silent movies. This is a very good piece and we are proud to be able to offer it. These are the only examples we've ever seen. We bought them right and so are passing them on at an amazing price.

$4.00



#CS004 - Group of 3 Pinex Laxative Tins
You get 3 for $4.50 (that's only $1.50 each). Very old vintage tin in excellent condition. Found with the original invoice in the case that was dated 1914. 3 1/2" wide. Says "A pleasant and effective laxative for grown ups as well as for children. Keep out of reach of children, else they may eat them for candy." Found in the basement of The Pinex Company inFort Wayne, Ind. Vintage new old stock in unused condition.
$4.50



#ZLT019 - Oceanic Plug Tobacco Wrapper
Vintage Oceanic Plug tobacco wrapper. Unused stock from the Scotten, Dillon Company, Detroit, Michigan. Circa 1910. Fantastic stone litho image of an ocean liner. This is one of the nicest images you will find in a tobacco wrapper and these are getting harder and harder to find. A large lot of old boxes and paper were found at the Scotten Dillon warehouse many years ago. We just picked up several different types from the guy who rescued them, and he let loose of some of the oldest ones that were found. They are very nice and in excellent condition. The entire label is 12" long and wrapped around a plug of tobacco. The image pictured showed up on the front and is about 4" wide.
$1.00



#ZLC094 - Appleton Newtown Pippins Apple Crate Label
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 10 1/2" wide Appleton apple crate label. This is a very early (circa 1910s) version of this label. It is a spectacular stone litho picturing an art nouveau lady smelling a rose. This is just a terrific label. Unused stock from Borgovich & Dragovich in Watsonville, CA. Printer's mark is Olsen Bros. Got these from a kindred spirit who also loves looking for old store stock.
$3.50



#ZLCA029 - Barefoot Boy Tomatoes Can Label
13 1/2" wide vintage label. Circa 1910s. Fantastic stone litho image of a barefoot boy with a poem about him. These were found many years ago at the New Federal Canning Co. in Frankfort, IN. These are a small group we have left that are in perfect condition. They are hare to find in this kind of shape.
$2.50



#CS081 - Glattolin Collar Wax - Full Display
12 vintage full boxes of collar chafing wax in original display box. Great graphics as you can see in the picture. You get all 12 boxes and the display for only $10. Individual boxes are about 1 1/2" Square and contain a bar of the wax and a product advertising brochure. These are nice unused old store stock from around the 1910s. Marked "Made in Germany". Product was rubbed on your starched collar to keep it from chafing your neck.
$10.00



#ZLCA251 - Delicious Pie Fruit Elderberries Can Label with Jumping Fox
Click on the image to see the complete label. Vintage 11 1/8" wide Pie Fruit Elderberries can label. Says "Delicious Pie Fruit Packed with Sugar Elderberries". Very old one. Has a pie recipe on it, and a great highly detailed stone litho image of a fox jumping across a creek, all sorts of fruit, and fox heads on both sides of the word "Elderberries". Scarce label. Circa 1910s and a real beauty. From the Ohio Canning Co. in Allegany, New York. Unused old stock in excellent unused condition.
$1.50



#ZBOT022 - Early Uncle John's Cane and Maple Sugar Syrup Label
3 1/2" tall vintage circa 1910 stone litho label that is embossed and gilded. This is an uncommon early label from this company. Unused old stock from the New England Maple Syrup Co. in Boston, Massachusetts. These were found a lot of years ago and are getting scarcer and scarcer as time passes. Nice label.
$0.50



#CS077 - Madam Blumer's Egg Saver Envelope
Vintage 3 1/2" wide unfilled envelope that was an egg substitute. You mixed it with a spoonful of flour and cold water. Says that the price was 25¢ and could be used to substitute for 48 eggs which at that time would have cost $1 - $2 (eggs were only 25¢ - 50¢/dozen back then!). Circa 1910s. Unused stock that was found in storage at the Lincoln Chemical Works in Chicago, Illinois a long time ago.
$0.50



#ZLSC037 - Merchants Queen Inner Cigar Label
Vintage 8 1/2" wide inner cigar box label. Heavily embossed and gilded. Beautifully detailed picture of a beautiful lady with roses in her hair. The background pictures and plantation house and workers in the field. This is a really nice one. Unused stock in nice condition. Circa 1910s
$2.00



#ZBOT204 - Blumers Itonic Remedy Label Picturing an Eyeball and Containing Morphine
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 2 7/8" wide label pictures an eyeball and says "Blumer's Itonic" "1-10 of a grain of Sulphate of Morphine to relieve the tension" "An excellent remedy for all complaints affecting the human eye......" "Prepared expressly for C. Keller's Optical Parlor". Brand name is "Bonne fête" which means good celebration. Pictures flowers on the sides. Circa 1920. These came from long time dealer Lorie Cairns who recently sold us her inventory. Lorie was one of the pioneers in this business and we are very grateful to her. Excellent unused condition.
$1.50



#ZLSC069 - Sonny Boy Cigar Box Label
Vintage 6" wide heavily embossed and gilded cigar label from around the 1910s. Nice picture of dad and son. These don't have the word "cellophone". They are beautiful. Unused old warehouse stock that sat for many many years. Near mint condition.
$0.50



#ZLSC097 - Rare Richard Mansfield Cigar Label - Jack the Ripper Suspect
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 4 7/8" square circa 1910 very heavily embossed and gilded stone litho outer cigar box label. Very detailed image of Richard Mansfield who was a Jack the Ripper suspect in London in the 1880s. He was considered one of the best actors of his time, and was in London performing the lead in the "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" when the murders occurred. He was so convincing as the man (Jekyll/Hyde) who transformed from a gentleman to a total madman, that people became alarmed, and he was investigated by Scotland Yard as a Jack the Ripper suspect. Of course, the mystery was never solved. These labels are in excellent unused condition and there were not a huge amount found.
$5.00



#CS409 - Lynas Supreme Violet Water Bottle
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. They are $5 each if you buy 2 or more. Vintage 5 1/2" tall "Lynas Supreme Violet" water bottle from J. B. Lynas in Logansport, Indiana. These are very rare. If you look closely, you will see that the heavily embossed pattern in the glass is the same image that is on the label. It is one of the prettiest bottles you will ever see. They are from the 1910s and were found in their original Lynas cases. These came from the estate of friend and famous dealer, Bob Secrist. NO FOREIGN ORDERS ON THIS ONE. Sorry - They are just too heavy.

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$7.50

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#MS159 - 1910 Victorian Print - Lady in Reddish Hat with Feathers
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1910 (dated) 12 3/4" tall stone lithograph print on thin cardboard featuring a lady in a fancy reddish hat with feathers. Marked "The Gray Litho Co. NY." Illustrated by Knoefel with his signature mark. These are unused old stock that were donated to a museum that consequently went out of business and sold them! Excellent condition. These are incredibly beautiful.
$5.00



#PL340 - Rare Early Celluloid Hello Bill Elks Pin
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 1 1/4" tall celluloid "Hello Bill!" pinback. These are the old versions. Likely 100 years old. Rare pin. These are quite a deal at this price. The Hello Bill! greeting is a tradition used by the fraternal Order of Elks. It started in 1897 and is used to this day. Really really nice condition for their age. You will never find any nicer.
$1.00



#ZLS130 - Group of 3 Different very old Pepper's Soda Labels with Moose
You get the set of 3 for $1.00 (that's about 33¢ each). These are vintage large 4 3/4" to 6" wide early soda labels. One is for Pepper's Sarsaparilla, one is for Compound Ginger Ale, and the other is for Lemon Soda. These are old stone lithos from around the 1910s. They all feature a large moose head and are colorful. These are the best looking old soda labels we've seen in a long time. Excellent unused condition from the Wm. Pepper & Co., Inc. in Ashland, PA.
$1.00



#PC99 - Widlar's Crispy Pix Pail
Vintage 2 3/4" tall when folded box that held Widlar's Crispy Pix snacks. It is made of cardboard with a tin closure and a copper handle. Nice unused condition, but do show signs of paper aging and spotty light rust on the metal tab. Treat these gently. The cardboard is old and a little brittle. These are very uncommon. Marked "Widlar's Crispy Pix" The Widlar Company Cleveland, Ohio". Widlar was a very old company that was famous for their coffee, but they only used "The Widlar Company" name (the one on these boxes) in the 1910s.
$2.50



#ZLCA907 - Early Large Mt. Hamilton Brand Asparagus Can Label
Vintage rare 12 3/4" wide Mt. Hamilton Asparagus can label. Click the image to see the full image of the label (it's an amazing label). Early stone litho. Circa 1910 or earlier. Pictures the Mt. Hamilton Observatory in Santa Clara County, California. This is a scarce and desirable label. Good framer. Has the look. These are unused old stock in great condition. They are a little curled, but straighten right out when framed. We got these from the estate of the famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist.
$5.00



#ZLCA204 - Rare Galt House Sincerity Coffee Can Label
Vintage 14" wide Galt House Blend Coffee can label. Went on a 1lb can. This stone litho label has a lot of detail. It pictures the factory with a streetcar and other vehicles of the time, on the one side. It has a girl with a large dog on the other. Click the image to see a larger picture of the complete label. Marked "Galt House Blend HIghest Grade of the Celebrated Sincerity Coffees" etc. etc. Also says "Norton & Curd Co. Louisville, KY." and "Registered 1908". The company was forced out of business in 1921 when it was discovered that they were not using the types of beans they advertised. These are from around the 1910s, and are in excellent unused condition. We got these from a friend who recently found them in Louisville.
$7.50



#ZLCA240 - Rare Flint River Tomatoes Can Label from the WWI era - Pictures a De Havilland Biplane
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 11 3/8" wide colorful stone litho image of a De Havilland DH-4 biplane which was made in Great Britain and the United States for a short time during WWI. These labels are from that era (1914 - 1918), and are unused old factory stock that was abandoned at the Hollonville Canning CO. in Williamson, GA. They are rare and in excellent condition.
$5.00

 
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