Victorian Trade Card Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines 1800's
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Victorian Trade Card Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines 1800's. This is a nice color Victorian Trade Card for Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines. On the front of the card it reads, Wheeler & Wilson, Sewing Machines, The Only Perfect Family Sewing Machine. The Silent, light running No. 8. It pictures a small dog wearing a collar and is tied and he is straining to get to two small mice who appear to be teasing the dog. Also an old wooden bucket in the picture. Colors are pastel in Orange,brown and gray. Nice !! No printing on the back. This came from a scrap book dated 1880. Has light glue on the back and a tiny piece of the paper missing on the right hand side but I still consider Mint condition. Measures 3 3/8"" wide by 2"" tall.
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- late 1800's
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