Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA

Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA

A terrific advertising box circa 1900. Box held 10 pounds of pepper and was used by P. A. & S. Small of York, PA. Box measures 10 1/2" wide, 8 3/4" deep and 7" high. The box has a sliding top and finger joint construction. The overall condition is very good for it's age. No staining or major damage. The label is about 95% complete with damage only to the edges.

Philip Albright Small and his brother Samuel were among the leading citizens of York, Pennsylvania, during the mid-19th century. They inherited mills, land, and wealth from their industrious father, George Small, who built the original mill on the Codorus Creek in Manchester Township. They owned comfortable homes in downtown York, were well respected by most of the citizenry, and well networked within both the social and business fabric of York County and the region.

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Item ID: nlc154

Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA

Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA
Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA
Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA
Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA
Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA
Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA
Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA

Butchers Pure Pepper Box, York PA

A terrific advertising box circa 1900. Box held 10 pounds of pepper and was used by P. A. & S. Small of York, PA. Box measures 10 1/2" wide, 8 3/4" deep and 7" high. The box has a sliding top and finger joint construction. The overall condition is very good for it's age. No staining or major damage. The label is about 95% complete with damage only to the edges.

Philip Albright Small and his brother Samuel were among the leading citizens of York, Pennsylvania, during the mid-19th century. They inherited mills, land, and wealth from their industrious father, George Small, who built the original mill on the Codorus Creek in Manchester Township. They owned comfortable homes in downtown York, were well respected by most of the citizenry, and well networked within both the social and business fabric of York County and the region.

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Item ID: nlc154

$235 USD

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