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(35) PIECES WINCHENDON EPHEMERA ( ALL DATED 1899)
Age. See below
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. All of the pieces in this lot are dated 1899 and are from businesses that were located in Winchendon, Mass. It includes such businesses as J. Cushing & Co., New England Lock & Hinge, Wilder P Clark, Union Market, H.A. Starkey, Leland & Brooks, Samuel Cupples Wooden Ware Co, E Murdock & Co, R.M. Glasheen, Baxter D. Whitney, M.H. Parks & Co, J.H God Davenport & Son and THE BOSTON CASH GROCERY. They sold either coal, bobbins, spools, woodworking machinery, seafood, wooden ware, hardware and more. There is even an 1899 tax bill for $2.68 from the town of Winchendon. This lot is in good shape with normal use wear, has some browning, could have some soiling/stains and most have two holes punched in their top as seen in our photo. A nice lot of antique bill heads and receipts from Toy Town.
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