Colorful Old Seed Packets - Burt’s Quality - Two Different Flowers

These colorful, vintage seed packets would be great framed and used to decorate the kitchen. They are from William D. Burt of Dalton, New York and were apparently never filled. One I for Canterbury Bell with an original price of 5c. The other is for an Spencer Orange Sweet Pea. The backs of each envelope has the description and directions on the back and were printed by the Genesee Valley Lithography Co. of New York. They have slightly different colored backgrounds and on is printed with the flap at the top and the other with the flap at the bottom.

They each measure about 3 3/4” by5 ¾” and are in good condition with minimal edge wear.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

Don't forget to check out the other collectible advertising and ephemera in our shop for adding fun to you home decor!

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Item ID: 18821


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