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"Exquisite flavor" is the promise on this 1908 advertising postcard originally addressed to the Pinkerton Tobacco Co of Zanesville, Ohio. It also promises that no package is genuine without the signature of Thomas J. Lipton. "Lipton teas and coffees obtainable at all grocers." The pull to get people to look at the card is a varied selection of flowers with the sentiment / meaning if given as a gift. White rose buds signified girlhood, violets for the faithful, and tulips for hopeless love. The card has a message written in pencil on the front. It has been addressed and postmarked with a Franklin one cent stamp attached. Two holes have been punched in the top right and left corners. There is a weak spot between these two holes. Graphics remain vivid.
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1908 Lipton Teas & Coffees Advertising Card
$12 USD SOLD
He says "why?" she says " why not."
Offering the unexpected, the eclectic, the "gotta-have-it.