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#NE018 - Martin Luther King Memorial Postcard
Vintage 9" postcard that was produced when Martin Luther King died in 1968. The back says they were made by Sum Ho Bun Lee in Washington, D.C. and distributed by the AAA novelty company in that area which is where they were found. Unused old stock in great condition.
$1.00



#ZLSG015 - Stafford's Blacks Grape Crate Label with Black Boy
13 1/4" wide colorful vintage grape labels. Not very many of these were found. Unusual image. Pictures a black boy with a colander on his head with a feather coming out of it. Circa 1930s. Grape types vary (e. g. the one in the pic says Carignane). Unused old factory stock from Tipton, CA. Excellent condition.
$2.00



#NE030 - Daring Black Guy Sitting on an Alligator Postcard - St. Augustine - As low as $1.75
Vintage 5 1/2" wide 1940s linen postcard. It pictures a black guy in a tophat sitting on an alligator with other alligators all around. Front says "Taking it easy in Florida at the St. Augustine Alligator and Ostrich Farm". Back Says "Florida Souvenir Co., St. Augustine, FL.". The St. Augustine Farm, Zoological Park, where these were found, is one of Florida's oldest tourist attractions, and has been around since 1893. It has it's own official designation as a U. S. Historical District. These are unused old stock in excellent condition.
 
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#ZLCA900 - Scarce Large Size Longwood Plantation Syrup Label
These are vintage 8" wide by 6 1/2" tall Longwood Plantation can labels that picture an Aunt Jemima looking black lady with a red bandana. A bunch of these were found many years ago at the Longwood Plantation in Baton Rouge, LA., but this large size has always been hard to acquire. They went on a large tin can. Circa 1930s.
$0.50



#ZLCA*018 - Pair of Mammy Brand Orange Crate Labels
You get two for $3 (that's $1.50 each). Vintage 8 1/2” wide Mammy Brand orange crate label. Colorful image of Mammy taking a big bite out of an orange that says "Mammy" on it. Click the picture to see a larger image. Circa 1940s. These are old unused stock that were found at the Herlong Packing Company in Leesburg, Florida and are marked as such. Excellent unused condition from the estate of long time dealer and friend Bob Secrist.
$3.00



#ZLCA127 - Uncommon SHO-AM-SWEET Yams Can Label
Vintage colorful 7" wide SHO-AM-SWEET Yams can label from the early 1940s. They are brightly colored and picture a black chef holding a plate of steaming yams. These are unused stock from the Gamble Robinson and Pacific Fruit and Produce Co. in Los Angeles, CA. This was a recent find and a very scarce label. I don't think anyone else out there has any of these. They are in excellent unused condition.
$1.00



#ZLC259 - Inside Quality Citrus Fruit Crate Label - Black Americana
Click the image to see a large detailed picture. Vintage 9" square Inside Quality Citrus Fruit crate label from the Inter-State Fruit and Vegetable Company in La Feria, TX. Says "Produce of Mexico". Great image of black lady with a red cap saying "Don't Judge 'em Before you Cut 'em".  Excellent unused condition.
$5.50



#ZLC032 - Ruby Porto Rican Sweet Potatoes Crate Label
9" wide vintage crate label with picture of a black lady carrying a box of sweet potatoes. This is an uncommon label. Circa 1940s. Unused old factory stock from Church Point, LA. They have some very tiny edge bites which can be trimmed, but you have to look really close to see them. Don't have very many of them.
$3.50



#CH326-10 - Rochester in "What's Buzzin' Cousin?" Movie Poster Broadside
Vintage 13" tall paper movie poster/broadside from the 1943 movie "What's Buzzin' Cousin?".  "Rochester" was well known as the Butler on the Jack Benny Radio Show where he became the first African American to have a regular role on a Nationwide radio program. Ann Miller got top billing in this movie, but Rochester was the big draw. It says "Rochester's Clowning is good for the funny bone", and he is wearing a butler outfit in the picture. Please click the picture to see a more detailed image. Back in the day, when a new movie was going to play at the local theatre, there would be a guy who would run around town tacking these things on bulletin boards, telephone poles, fence posts, or anyplace else where they might be seen. Because most were outdoors, few have survived. Some will have small edge tears or roughness, but this is true of all paper movie broadsides, and they can easily be trimmed for framing. Although, a few small imperfections kind of adds to the look with these. Colors vary. We got them from the estate of famous dealer and friend Bob Secrist. He found them in the storage area of an old theatre up in Northeast Ohio.
$2.50



#MS227 - Hand Painted Black Bride and Groom Cake Topper
Vintage  2 7/8" tall heavy hard plastic black bride and groom cake topper. Hand painted. We recently found these not far from home in a warehouse we have been trying to get in for 20 years. They have been sealed in the these boxes in dry storage since the 1960s and are in perfect condition.
$0.75



#ZBOT125 - Green Mountain Syrup Label with Mammy - Black Americana - Early Version
Click the image to see the entire incredible label.  It has a lot of detail. These are nice. Vintage larger and older than any we have had before 4 3/4" wide syrup bottle label that pictures a log cabin scene and another scene with a black mammy with bandana and a black boy cooking in a large cast iron pot over a fire. Says "Green Mountain Brand Syrup" "Made from  Pure Cane and Maple Sugars" "Leslie, Dunham & Co." These are in excellent unused condition and are the rarest and oldest of the Green Mountain labels. They do not have a weight mark on them dating them before 1910.
$2.00



#ZLCA*031 - Dixieland Watermelon Crate Label
Vintage 7 1/2" wide circa 1930s label picturing a smiling black guy. The top has smaller images of a black guy playing a Banjo and another black guy cutting a watermelon. Unused old stock from the Christian & Cockrill growers in McIntosh, Florida.
$3.50



#NE032 - Large Martin's Southern Style Frying Chicken Box Wrapper
Vintage 16" tall 1950s paper chicken box wrapper. The picture above shows the part that went on the front of the box. Click the picture to see the entire wrapper. Says "Martin's Southern Style Cut-Up Frying Chicken Poultry Enterprises Gainesville, GA". Has cooking directions listed, and pictures Martin with a bow tie and chef hat. Excellent unused condition.
$2.00



#ZLCA222 - Uncle Remus Cane and Corn Syrup Label - "Dis Sho' am Good"
Vintage 11 1/8" wide Uncle Remus Brand Cane and Corn Syrup can label. These are from the Robinson Syrup Company that was in Cairo, Georgia and are marked as such. They are from around the 1920s and have a 1924 copyright date on them. Says "Uncle Remus Brand" "Dis sho'am good" and pictures a colorful Uncle Remus. Went on a 1 lb 2 oz can. They are in excellent unused condition.
$3.00



#ZLCA902 - Huge Southern Plantation Syrup Pail Label
Vintage 16" wide Southern Plantation Syrup label with images of black folks working in the fields and cooking on a pot by a cabin. Says "A bit of Dixie" and "Ye Little Log Cabin". Old embossed and gilded stone litho with bright beautiful colors. This label wrapped around a can about the size of a paint can with a handle. This is a very rare and scarce label that you almost never see any more. These are in excellent unused condition and may be the last of the stash that was found many years ago at the Roddenbery Packers in Cairo, GA. Marked 4 lbs 8 oz. Circa 1920s.
$4.00



#ZLCA903 - Huge Cross Roads Syrup Pail Label
Vintage 16 1/2" wide Cross Roads Syrup label with images of a blacksmith working and an old log cabin. This is a scarce label that you almost never see any more. These are in excellent unused condition and may be the last of the stash that was found many years ago at the Roddenbery Packers in Cairo, GA. Marked 4 lbs 8 oz. Circa 1920s.
$3.00



#ZLC022 - Dixie Boy Grapefruit Label with Black Boy
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. 9" wide vintage crate label with picture of a black boy eating a grapefruit. Good image. Circa 1930s. Unused old factory stock from the Waverly Growers Cooperative in Waverly, FL. Excellent condition.
$4.00



#ZLC407 - King Louisiana Porto Rican Sweet Potatoes Crate Label - Black Interest
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 10" tall Louisiana Porto Rican Sweet Potatoes Yams label. Pictures a black man wearing a crown pouring out a crate of sweet potatoes. Marked "King Brand Louisiana Porto Rican Sweet Potatoes Kiln Dried Yams" "St. Landry Packing Co. Inc. Sunset, Louisiana". Circa 1940s. We acquired these from a long time label dealer on the west coast that we bought out. Excellent unused condition.
$4.00



#ZLW250 - 5 Different Rum Liquor Labels - Black Interest
You get 5 different for $7.50 (that's $1.50 each). Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage up to 5" tall labels. Super colorful Rum labels. All feature Circa 1930. These are nice and go for big prices on Ebay. They came from a large scale label dealer who we recently bought out. Excellent unused condition.
$7.50



#ZLSG031 - Black Joe Grape Crate Label
Vintage Black Joe Grape Crate Label - 13" wide label. Many years ago, a quantity of these was found in San Francisco in an old printing house where they had been relegated to strorage. Circa 1940s.
$1.50



#ZLCA221 - Little Joe Fresh Shelled Crowder Pea Label - Black Boy with Dog and Fishing Pole
Click the picture to see a larger more detailed image. Vintage 9 1/2" wide Little Joe Fresh Shelled Crowder Peas can label. These are from the Roney Canning Co. which was in Hohenwald, TN. The business burned back in the 1950s, and a box with labels was all that was salvaged. There never were a lot of them, and over time, they have gotten harder and harder to find. They are in excellent unused condition.
$2.50



#ZLCA223 - Group of 15 different Edgett Burham Can Labels (General Wayne Brand)
You get 15 for $4.50 (that' 30¢ each). Please click the picture to see a much more detailed larger picture of some of the labels. Vintage 9" - 14" wide can labels. Most are embossed and all are stone lithos with nice images on them.1920s. The  group includes Wayne Cut Waxed Beans, Wayne Tiny Lima Beans, Wayne Small Green Lima Beans, Wayne Spinach, Wayne Wrinkled Peas, Wayne Refuge Beans, Wayne Tomatoes, Faultless Yellow Beans, Wayne Golden Bantam Corn, Faultless Small Red Beets, Burnham Diced Carrots, Wayne Evergreen Corn, Faultless Peas, Winsom Tomatoes, and Arcadia Tomatoes currently. If we run out of a type we have others that are similar we can substitute. They are in excellent unused condition. You may find one or two with a tiny edge tear or something that we missed.
$4.50



#ZLCA*019 - Snow Ball Brand Orange Crate Label - Black Boy Pictured
(Click the picture to see a larger image) Vintage 9 1/8" wide crate label pictures a drooling black boy staring at a giant orange.  Marked "Snow Ball Brand A. S. Herlong & Co. Leesburg, Florida". They are from around the 1930s. Excellent unused condition from the estate of long time dealer and friend Bob Secrist.
$3.00



#ZLSC004 - Manila Stubs Cigar Box Label
Vintage 8 3/4" wide Manila Stubs cigar box label. Gilded and heavily embossed. Pictures natives in a tobacco field. Circa 1920s. Excellent condition.
$1.50

 
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