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Antique Advertising Trade Card Arbuckle Coffee VERMONT - Green Mountain Boys

Antique Advertising Trade Card Arbuckle Coffee VERMONT - Green Mountain Boys

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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
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Description

Offering an authentic Victorian era advertising paper trade card.

This 1800's trade card measures 5" X 3".

Featured are scenes of the beginning of the US state Vermont, as presented by Arbuckles Bros. Coffee of New York City. The discovery of Lake Champlain, the Green Mountain Boys, Gen. Stark at the battle of Bennington, are predominant.

In good antique condition with bumped edges, spots of peel, light soiling and old glue marks on back.

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