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This Victorian trade card has 3 children playing; one of them is dressed in an adult's finery. The card represents the Empire Steel Binder in Akron, Ohio. A binder is an agricultural machine, used in harvest time to bind bundles together. The back of the card explains the reasons why an Empire binder can save farmers money. The card is in excellent vintage condition with no edge wear. The back has yellowing, typical of a piece its age. The card measures 2 3/4" x 4"

This is an amusing card with a lot of historical information. It is sold as is.

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Victorian Trade Card Children Playing Dress Up

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