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Enamel Sign "Edison Portland Cement Farmers' Co-Operative Exchange"

The Baltimore Enamel and Novelty Co: Baltimore nd Oblong 24 x 12", black lettering on an orange background, paper label for Baltimore Enamel and Novelty Co. on the reverse, eyelets in the margins. Slightly curved, quarter sized "chip" over the first "e" in cement (no paint), wear/chipping along the edges from being hung, eyelet wear, back is pitted but most of the marks feel smooth like there is a glaze over them (unlike the front chip), perhaps a factory error, the label is stained, chipped and missing pieces but almost the entire name of the company is present, the colors are still bright and sharp. Thomas Edison founded the Edison Portland Cement Company in 1899 in New Village, New Jersey and supplied cement for dams, roads, and buildings ie. Ford Motor Company assembly plants and Yankee Stadium. SCARCE.


Book Id: 99-3790

Price: $750.00

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