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This fantastic piece of full sheet wrap (approximately 20 inches by 30 inches) is gift wrap celebrating a baby shower. Note the alternate blue and pink rain, and other alternate patterning. Fun! This is approximately 1950's based on the theme, texture and look of the paper.

Great condition, but because it was in cellophane packaging, it has a wave to the paper where it shrunk over the years. Pattern is inverted (folds in). No stains or tears. It does not come in the original packaging. Original price of 15 cents for 2 sheets.

About Whitman:

One of the foremost business enterprises of Racine was organized in 1908 and succeeded to the business of John Geller, who had conducted his interests under the name of the Westside Printing Company. He had established the business about 1906, and it was conducted under the original name until 1910, when it was incorporated under the laws of Wisconsin as the Western Printing & Lithographing Company.

In 1908 Edward H. Wadewitz had bought out the Westside Printing Company.

In 1916 the firm bought a large Chicago publishing company which they moved to Racine. This business is known as the Whitman Publishing Company, and it contained every department allied to the printing business, from that of engraving to printing and binding.

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Vintage Wrapping Paper - For Your Baby - Baby Shower Full Sheet Gift Wrap - Whitman


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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