A very rare early 1900s wooden retail display for Biscuit Pernot, a French cookies. The company started operating in 1870 and had a great extension until the mid 1930s. They were manufacturing around 30 different types of cookies and their moto was PAC: Pratique, Avantageux, Conservation assured which translates to Practical, Beneficial / Advantageous, Assured preservation.
This retail display is from 1900s - 1930s and super rare. It still has some of the stickers that were instructing the retailer where to place the cookies. A nice and unique addition to a shabby or rustic / farmhouse kitchen.
Condition: This display is in good vintage condition considering its age. The paper part on the top has some tears and should be handle very carefully. A part of wooden panel on the right side arrived broken, so I had to glue it back (Picture 3). There is a little chip missing on the bottom (Picture 3). Although the unit is sturdy, it still needs to be manipulate with great care because the wood is so old. Click on ZOOM for larger pictures.
Dimension : 23½" (60 cm) Long x 16¾" (42 cm) Wide
Weight: 2 lb 9.1 oz - 1 kg 165 gr
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