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Antique Celluloid give-away made by the biggest and best known early maker of Advertising Novelties WHITEHAED HOAG of Newark , New Jersey. Whitehead Hoag developed a process for printing full color advertisements on an early plastic material, Celluloid.

The piece we're offering was made for THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY by W H in the early part of the 1900's. It's a small printed celluloid envelope shaped item usually refered to as a Stamp Holder. It originally came with a couple of small pieces of fabric with an iron on adhesive on one side that ,we think, were designed to fix holes in umbrellas. Of course when those pieces were used or disposed of it became an ideal stamp holder. The item we're offering has some original pieces of fabric. The pictures that are an intregal part of this sale show that.

Condition is remarkably good. It measures 2 1/2" long and 1 5/8" high. We have had it for several years and bought it right. Other sellers both on Etsy and other internet sites are offering this collectible piece for more than twice than we're asking. Our piece is guaranteed original and authentic.

The mailing price quoted is for postage within the United States. Buyers from outside the U.S. please email us for the mailing price to your Country. All import taxes and custom fees are for the buyer's account.

Take 15% Off This Antique TRAVELERS INSURANCE CELLULOID Stamp Holder Made By Whitehead Hoag In Very Good Condition

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1700s
  • Materials: CELLULOID, FABRIC, IRON ON ADHESIVE
  • Only ships within United States.
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