Flush on the front amid a circle of wheat this pair of Bob White Quails are easy to bag! Used during the early 1900's in general stores to bag bulk flour by the Earl Sauder Company, this sack was for 5 pounds and features a saw tooth top edge and print colors of red, yellow and black. It measures (laid flat) approx. 14.75" x 8.5" and shows its age via staining and surface soil on the front and back and wear long the top edge when folded. Would look great in the kitchen amid tins and utensils or framed alongside other advertising ephemera.