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Arm and Hammer Baking Soda Card - Store Display Signs


Arm and Hammer inserted bird cards in their boxes of baking soda from the late 1800s through 1920. These were perhaps the most widely distributed insert cards and just about every housewife was likely to have encountered them. The store point of purchase cardboard signs were designed to encourage shoppers to add a box of baking soda to their basket of groceries.

The enlarged copies of the cards that were packed in the boxes each measure 14.75" x 11.25".

003A&H2

(Wood) Flicker Copyright 1915 (Church & Dwight). Rubbed at left edge, soft corners. (Stock number 003A&H2) $90.00

003A&H3

003A&H4

Passenger Pigeon Copyright 1908 (Church & Dwight). Rubbed at left edge, soft corners. (Stock number 003A&H3) $90.00

Nighthawk Copyright 1915 (Church & Dwight). Soft corners, folds, stain on back. (Stock number 003A&H4) $90.00

003A&H6 SOLD

Indigo Bunting Copyright 1915 (Church & Dwight). Rubbed at edges and corners. (Stock number 003A&H6) $90.00 SOLD


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