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|"#1 'RATED / Window / Covering
/ FRANCHISE' / by
Entrepreneur '96 // Unlimited Potential! / Budget blinds®" unused business reply card
showing a panel truck with advertising from the side, circa December 1996. $1.25 a
"1913 McCurd 3 tonner" showing a Tate British Refined Sugars delivery truck, unused continental postcard, trivial corner wear. $1.25 af%
"1922 Foden 'C' Type 5 ton Steam Lorry" unused continental post card from the British Museum, trivial corner wear. $1.25 a*
"1922 Guy 'J' 30 cwt" pickup truck with 'Tate & Lyle's Packet Sugar advertising on its body, in a museum setting; unused continental post card, trivial wear at one corner. $1.25 a*
"1924 Morris Commercial 1-tonner" unused continental postcard from the British Museum, trivial corner wear. $1.25 a*
"20 / QUEEN CITY // THE / RICHTER / TRANSFER / COMPANY" signage on the side
of a delivery truck, approximately 2.5"x4.5" photograph with exemplary
contrast & focus, uneven scissors cut at bottom to resize it, 4 spots of
album paste at the back corners. The city is, of course, Cincinnati. John H.
Richter began his transfer company with 2 horses & 1 pull-cart in the mid
1880's; obviously this firm enjoyed some success, and evolved into a cement
& concrete business that stayed in the family.
3-wheel delivery truck & trailer of the R. W. Rice Coal Company, on Wilbraham Road in Springfield Massachusetts, the Indian Motocycle plant in the background, manufactured by the Knox Automobile Company on the other side of that street; approximately 8-5/8"x6-1/2" original real photo with good focus & contrast. Knox was in business 1900 - 1914, but because such vehicles were unstable in braking turns, 3-wheelers were made only briefly. Rice Coal was incorporated in 1903 & probably bought this vehicle circa 1912 (after the first one was sold to the Springfield Fire Department.} Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 amm
"Air-Lite Bakery / 'BETTER FOOD FOR BETTER HEALTH // Bowman / Dayton, O.'" approximately 8-inch x 10-inch photograph with crisp focus & contrast, showing 5 new-looking delivery trucks with 1931 Ohio plates & 7 well-dressed men (probably management & drivers) standing alongside, photographer's imprint is embossed at the lower right, light paste residue near the top back. Anything pertaining to this business is rare, so it undoubtedly succumbed during the Great Depression. $25.00 afo(d)**
"American Can Company / SHEET METAL GOODS" approximately 9-1/2" x 7" original black & white photograph of its truck number 88, parked near a leather company building (...LDER & COMPANY - LEATHER) whose sign is at the left. American Can was founded in 1901 by Oliver Wilcox Norton by the merger of several smaller companies in the Chicago area. It had distributor sales offices at 135 Adams & 2620 Shields in 1910. A lot of paste residue at the back edges, name R. Chapin? written on back in green ink, and a faded Chicago-area photographer's handstamp that someone may be able to figure out. $50.00 ai(c)
BERNHEIMER & SCHWARTZ PILSNER BREWING COMPANY
"Charles Denby / CIGARS / 10˘ VALUE 5˘ / H. H. SERRER & SON / World's Best HAZEL SCRAP 5" parked delivery truck (shown left) with an illustration of a black bellboy (detail shown right); approximately 6-1/2-inch by 9-1/2-inch photograph with excellent focus & contrast, paste residue on back. Serrer was a Cleveland company a long time in operations, but photos pertaining to it are rare. The cigar company was out of Evansville Indiana. $35.00 o(c)tbgti
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"DEHN'S / Flowers // Our modern greenhouses directly adjoin this up-to-the- / minute flower shop. / Our facilities are unexcelled in / Northern New York" showing their storefront in Saratoga Springs with two of their delivery vehicles parked out front in such a way that each vehicle shows a different side(!); circa 1946, brownish paper as shown, 2 tiny staple holes (as is common on florist notices). Far and away the best florist postcard that we have ever seen. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 n(s)fa
"Dolly Madison / Cookies & CAKES / Order From Your Grocer / Schulze" signage on a delivery truck stopped in from of a grocery & meat store, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph, 4 spots of album paste on back. Annotation on back specifies Cincinnati Ohio, and we have no reason to doubt it; but the Schulze Baking Company plant was on the south side of Chicago. Hostess Brands now owns the Dolly Madison line. $15.00 ft
"FENTON UNITED / DRY CLEANING / COMPANY / INTER-STORE DELIVERY / WUERDEMANS" signage on the side of a delivery truck, approximately 2.5"x4.5" photograph with good focus, 4 spots of album paste at the back corners. Founded in 1903 by Thomas T. Fenton, the firm became the Fenton United Cleaning and Dyeing Company in Cincinnati Ohio in 1916. Material from the early days of this company is rare. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(c)g(f)a
"FREIER'S / GROCERIES & MEATS / 1149 Huffman Ave. Tel. E. 2292" signage on a delivery truck with a man seated in the passenger side of the cab, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph, slight curl to the paper, very light horizontal striations in the glossy finish attributable to the printing process itself. The address is in Dayton Ohio. The business belonged to Ferd W. and Lydia Freier, according to the pencilled information on the back. Talk about hard to find! Circa 1935 (from census & voter lists). $25.00 fo(d)g(f)t
"FRESH / MILK // MATTHEWS FRECHTLING // From K. I. O. / SELECTED FARMS // OWNED & OPERATED / BY / J. & L. KELLER / FOSTER, O. / R.R.1" signage on a delivery truck with a little girl in the cab, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph, slight curl to the paper, 5 spots of album paste on back. It is rare to find any memorabilia about this company on the Internet. $25.00 fo(f)g(f)t
"FRUEHAUF-ATKINSON / BULK FLOUR FOR BAKERS" real photo postcard mailed 1953 from Minneapolis Minnesota, caption taken from side of truck which writer calls 'our latest', 2 corners crease & some internal creases. A rare postcard. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 afm
"GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY / OFFICE 10th FLOOR MONADNOCK BUILDING / WARE HOUSE 365-465 EAST ILLINOIS STREET // TELEPHONES / OFFICE HARRISON 1686 / WAREHOUSE RANDOLPH 4081" showing a GE delivery van in development for use in Chicago Illinois (given the addresses already on), sepia-tone real photo postcard with good focus & contrast, addressed to 'C. L. Draper / Office' (GE engineer with patents to his credit, worked there circa 1914-1921), slight toning shows in the front margins. The engine-under-the-seat design suggests that the manufacturer was Autocar. The absence of a cab is unusual, suggesting that the topmost structures were still to be added, so that electrical equipment transported would not be subjected to the elements. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. ai(c)e
"IDEAL BRAND / REFRIGERATED SERVICE // HAM LARD / BACON SAUSAGE '// JOHN RIPPERGER DIST. // WAbash 5179" signage on the side of a parked delivery truck, approximately 2.5"x4.5" photo with excellent contrast & focus, 4 spots of album paste at the back corners with a little thinning. A Cincinnati Ohio phone number in the early 1930's. Definitely rare. $25.00 fg(r)to(c)
"Jamestown / N. Y. July 7 1932" 5x7" sepia-tone photograph with good focus & contrast, showing 6 employees of the Niagara Hudson Power Corporation beside truck 765 bearing the company logo, electric power equipment in the background. Shortly before, in 1929, this company was incorporated combining 59 smaller entities; later it became Niagara Mohawk Holdings Inc. $10.00 n(j)et
"KCC 3428 / The HATFIELD Truck Driver" Hatfield Pennsylvania CB QSL postcard for operators Ann & Elmer Hauck, neatly handstamped 'VIA KOG3885 / LEN ARNOLD / ... / TELFORD, PA.' on back, excellent condition. $2.00 p(h)t NEW / NEU / NOVA
"KLL0423" Martinsville Indiana QSL post card with art depicting a truck used by operator Vera Williams, numerous small speckles of ink attributable to the printing process. $2.00 i(m)a
"KLL 1454 / 'ACE' THE SNOWPLOW" / ...BABCOCK'S SHELL / ... / ELKHART INDIANA" showing their truck in the snow with blade attached, used CB QSL card, $2.75 gai
"KROGER / The COMPLETE FOOD MARKET" sign on the side of a delivery truck,
4.5"x4" VELOX photo with exemplary focus & contrast, 4 spots of album paste
at the back corners. The building is in Cincinnati; we have seen other known
Cincinnati delivery trucks photographed beside it (see Hilberg above) & the
writing on back confirms.
"Lambshead Ranch." black & white showing pickup truck near a large shed, no postcard back, fresh appearance. Location is west of Fort Worth Texas, 13 miles north of Albany. $2.00 at
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"Let Atlas Take You Home®." showing an Atlas Van Line moving truck in a suburban setting, unused continental post card, advertising of Deerfield Moving and Storage in Phoenix Arizona on the back. $1.50 aa(p)
"LINDNER BROS. / ICE CREAM / 'GROWING ON ITS REPUTATION' / 3740 Montgomery Rd. / NORWOOD" black & white photograph (approximately 2.5" x 4.5") showing their delivery truck, exemplary focus & contrast. The spare tire cover near the left front wheel has the unmistakable Chevrolet symbol on it. This Ohio business was started by Carl H. Lindner Sr. & his children, before 1940. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(n)g(l)fa#
"LINE X® / SPRAY-ON TRUCK BEDLINERS / JUST A NOTE OF THANKS..." with a $20 offer printed on the back, unused continental post card in near mint condition. $1.25 a
"Mining Florida Gold" showing a truck trailer being filled mechanically with oranges, unused chrome postcard, 2 very light vertical impressions that do not disturb the color of the image. $1.50 a
"Mision Evangelica San Pedro Sula" showing a side view of their
school's bus (in Honduras); unused monochromatic green post card, light
toning in the front borders & on back. Very little about the early
history of this religious school for young men is on the Internet. But their
use of the roll-up canvas side curtains dates the vehicle to 1927 - 1930,
just before glass windows were incorporated into school bus designs. Rare.
"No. 5 Jersey Motor Museum / 1931 Chevrolet Truck" in a side view. unused continental post card, small corner crease. $1.25 a
"NORTH CAROLINA TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM / 1937 TERRAPLANE CAB PICKUP" unused chrome post card from a photo by Charles Gray, 1995 copyright, fresh appearance. (2 available) $1.25 each. amp%
"Nr. 5074 "Hipp, hipp, hurra, die Polizei war da" real photo postcard of a police van being towed, to the delight of the photographer judging by the caption. Small crease with wear at one upper corner, confined to border. An unusual gift for someone who has been towed recently? $1.50 la
"PENNANT / Maltomilk / BISCUITS // THE FELBER BISCUIT COMPANY." showing their truck #47 beside a building in Cincinnati Ohio, where it made deliveries; approximately 4.5" x 4" photo. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(c)fga
"PT-PIK-UP" continental advertising card showing a concept truck converted from a 2003 PT Cruiser Turbo made for a Massillon Ohio owner, detailed specifications cover the back. Near mint condition. $1.50 oa
"RAILWAY / EXPRESS / AGENCY // The Symbol of Dependable Service // ... one of the series of / seven striking oil paintings by Robert E. / Lee, exhibited at the booth of the Rial- / way Express Agency in th Travel and / Transport Building on the A Century of / Progress Exposition grounds" with artist-signed art depicting an old man getting a surprise delivery, unused monochromatic greet postcard with good edges. $6.00 eaa
"RELIABLE TIRE & ACCESSORIES / REPLACEMENT PARTS // SPARK PLUGS CLEANED ADJUSTED / WHILE YOU WAIT // DIRTY PLUGS waste GASOLINE / PLUGS CLEANED // DIRTY or / WORN / PLUGS / WASTE GAS" 2 Dutch maids with 2 AC spark plug signs & broom beside their mobile spark-plug cleaning van. An internet search finds the only business ever with that name headquartered in Muskegon Michigan. Door location information is partially obscured but LLAND from Holland shows (hence the outfits), and below it KEGO from Muskegon shows, and below it IN from Twin Lake shows -- all 3 communities near each other & Lake Michigan. Unused EKKP real photo postcard with exemplary focus & contrast, a few spots of very light toning on the back. Lack of caption or publisher information on either side suggests it is unique. Wow! One of the best real photo postcards we have ever seen from any state! $225.00 am(m)m(h)m(t)
"Sample of Sepia Style E. C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wis." postcard showing a Bauer Cab Co. vehicle from the side, brownish paper with light toning both sides. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 tsa
"SCHULZE / BUTTER - NUT / BREAD / SCHULZE BAKING COMPANY" delivery truck numbered 901 with 2 black ladies standing nearby, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph, slight curl to the paper, back thinned slightly in 4 spots from album removal. It is rare to find anything about this company on the Internet. Employers of union bakers, this company nonetheless in 1917 incurred the wrath of the Cincinnati Ohio Painters District Council, the Building Trades Council & the Central Labor Council for failing to hire their painters. $25.00 fo(c)gau
"SCHULZE // DOLLY MADISON / CAKES // SCHULZE / BUTTER-NUT / BREAD" neighborhood solicitation truck equipped with microphone (shown through the front window) & open at the sides to display merchandise, similar to the ice-cream trucks seen these days; approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph with exemplary focus & contrast, slight curl to the paper, 5 spots of album paste on back, printed at a slight tilt compared to the edges. It is rare to find anything about this company on the Internet. $25.00 fo(c)ga
"Sentinel Steam Waggon used by / The Glendronach Distillery Co. Ltd. / from 1936 - 1954. Restored and / currently owned by Mr. D. J. Rule / ..." unused continental post card, trivial wear at one corner, small corner crease. $1.50 a
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"Shur-Good / BRAND / 'THE BETTER MADE' / SODA CRACKERS // THE / CINCINNATI CAKE / AND / SPECIALTY CO." delivery truck with driver in the cab, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph, slight curl to the paper, back thinned in 4 spots from album removal, small bottom corner crease not into the image. It is rare to find anything about this company on the internet, 1941 or earlier. Undoubtedly it became the present-day Shur Good Biscuit Company at 11577 Chesterdale Road. $20.00 fo(c)a
"Spring Air / America's / finest / Mattress // PABST BEDDING CO. / 12th & WALNUT" signage on a parked delivery truck in Cincinnati Ohio, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photograph, slight curl to the paper, trimmed at top & bottom. Once his children had been introduced into the business, Louis Pabst bought out the Schaeller interest in this company (and then renamed it). Memorabilia for this company is rare. Postcard sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. Would make a stunning desktop background. $2.00 fgo(c)a
"STONEHAM BATTERY STATION"
showing its delivery vehicle outside their storefront, giving prices of
batteries for Ford, Buick, Studebaker, Nash, Velie, Chevrolet & other makes
in the window itself; black & white post card mailed at Stoneham
Massachusetts in 1924 by a customer whose message reads in part 'On my way
the old battery kicked up, and stopped here to have it fixed. This place is
O.K.' One bottom corner with 2 small creases, a little wear to the upper
edge, light traces of album paste on back & a couple long creases from album
removal effort. As best we can tell their business was short-lived, dating
from about 1920. Part of the window signage is 'Carl Grimes / Service". This
exceptionally interesting postcard is seldom seen or offered in any
"Studebaker's shiped(sic) to / T. J. Fuller Ag't" shown parked in front of Morenci Garage (large Federal Tires sign) & the Albert Green Feed Barn (Baled Hay & Straw / Auto Livery sign) within an embossed & pebbled matting, overall size approximately 9-7/8" x 7-3/4. sharp. Further down the H. H. SPENCER / DRUGS / GROCERIES sign can be read due to the exceptionally sharp focus. The town is not given but it is definitely Morenci Michigan: Morenci Road is its main street, T. J. Fuller owned property in the adjacent Seneca Township, and Albert Green lived & died there 1902 - 1970. $50.00 am(m)ggg
"SUBURBAN 2001 / CHEVY TRUCKS / The Best Suburban Yet." credit-card size advertising card with much interesting information about the vehicle printed all over the back, fresh appearance. $1.00
Telling's ice cream delivery trucks, 2 different original photos. Shown left: Truck 171 with driver parked in summer (note shroud for extra insulation), large 'Moores & Ross' and 'Ward's Bread' signage in the background, black & white, approximately 3-1/4" x 2-3/8". Shown right: A different vehicle with different paint job parked before Pat's Confectionery & Grocery, large advertising sign on building reads 'Notice the flavor / Telling's / Ice Cream', snow on the ground (so no shroud necessary); sepia tone, approximately 4-1/8" x 2-3/8", wavy scissors-cut top edge. Location is Cleveland Ohio; time is pre-January 1915 (when a merger caused a name change). Both for $25.00 fgot
"THE BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS / GASOLINE LOCOMOTIVE / THESE WILL CARRY FOOD AND SUPPLIES TO / THE U S A BOYS IN THE TRENCHES // U. S. A. / 189 // THE B. L. W. PHILADELPHIAN" uncaptioned Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard showing a truck delivering an ultra-small 4-wheel trench railway engine to sailors at the port of Philadelphia. Ordered by the Army for use in World War I during static & prolonged trench warfare in France, such railroads were meant to be entirely movable by truck, have a low profile or signature, have the ability to negotiate small-radius curves with minimal clearances, and be easily righted if derailed. Ultra rare, the design of this engine was undoubtedly an important secret at the time. If your experience is the same as ours, you will not find another image of it on the Internet. The Wikipedia article which mentions & explains its existence is not illustrated with photo or a diagram, for example. Belongs in a museum. $200.00 wp(p)t NEW / NEU / NOVA
"The Du Brul Insulation Company / NORWOOD, CINCINNATI, OHIO / FIREPROOF HOME INSULATION / FOR / SUMMER and WINTER COMFORT" black & white photo (approximately 2.5" x 4.5") showing their delivery truck, exemplary focus & contrast, 4 spots of album paste on back. Incorporated May 1930, their business was located on the northwest corner of Hudson & Mentor, . We have seen the name incorrectly spelled DuBrul (with no space), but this rare photograph makes it plain that a space was correct. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(n)g(d)a
"THE EVER D CASH STORE // WE SELL MAY'S BREAD // DRINK / WE GUARANTEE IT // WE SAVE / YOU BOTH / TIME / AND / MONEY // QUALITY / FIRST ALWAYS // SPECIALS // AUNT JEMIMA / PANCAKE FLOUR // SUPPLIES / FRESH DAILY // STORE / No. 1" with 2 men beside the delivery truck, one holding a basket of groceries; sepia-tone AZO (squares at corners) real photo postcard with good focus & contrast & composition. Pertinent writing all over back: "Will went into this business over a yr. ago. The partner proved to be a very 'crooked crock', and has left us in terrible shape. I am trying to help out by going part of the day. Am afraid we must give up as it is too much to make up all he left. He has gone to the States. If you see him deal with him for me --" Imprint of L. Stocks, photographer at Penticton British Columbia on back. $225.00 bfap
"THE / FRENCH BROS. / BAUER CO. // CREAM TOP MILK / CERTIFIED & INSPECTED MILK" signage on a small delivery truck, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photo with 4 spots of album paste on back. Pencil annotation on back suggests Cincinnati Ohio as the location -- which we do not doubt. The very successful French Brothers had dairy operations throughout the Miami Valley, Warren & adjacent counties in Ohio, and Kentucky & Indiana locations near Cincinnati. Their Valley View farm furnished "inspected milk," -- i.e., milk which came under frequent scrutiny of a milk commission that had adopted the rules of the Cincinnati Academy of Medicine. $15.00 fo(c)ga
"The Great American Tea Co. // DISTRIBUTORS OF QUALITY / MERCHANDISE SINCE 1856 // Teas, Coffees, Grocery Specialties // 'I serve many- / I'll gladly / serve you // 802 // J. F. ANSPAUCH / SHELBYVILLE IND" // Teitsout Studio / Linton IND." with him delivering a basket of groceries from his truck, unused real photo postcard with crisp focus & interesting composition, 2 small corner creases, tiny thin on back, very light toning on back. Name of the photography studio is embossed in fancy script lettering; so we may have a letter or 2 wrong. The last numeral in 1856 is at variance with conventional wisdom that the company was founded in 1859; perhaps they counted a predecessor company. SALE IN PROGRESS i(s)fg(a)t
"The LOESCH MOTOR Co. / MAUMEE, O. / 'Dependable Automotive Maintenance' // FRUEHAUF / TRAILERS" approximately 9-1/2-inch x 7-inch photograph with glossy finish, good focus & contrast, showing an automobile transporter as seen from the side, light violet backstamp 'SMITH BROTHERS / Commercial Photographers / Arcade Bldg. Woodward & Samson / DETROIT MICH. / 33165'. We do not have a license plate for the date, but we do know they were selling used vehicles in the 1949 - 1954 timeframe. Any kind of paper memorabilia from this company is rare. $25.00 ao(m)gp
"The MODEL LAUNDRY CO. // Laundry WASHING / brings leisure hours / Use Our Damp Wash Service // Hear The / Laundry / Broadcast / WSAI / Sat. Oct. 5th / 8:30 to 9 P. M. // Save / Time / Member / Laundry Owners / of Greater Cincinnati & NORTHERN KENTUCKY" approximately 6-3/4-inch by 9-1/2-inch photograph showing a side view of their parked delivery truck number 219, excellent focus & contrast, several short internal creases from the bottom edge, 2 dark spots over the background tree line, as is. $5.00 o(c)ra
"The New / Utility 1˝ Ton Truck / $545..." Chevrolet advertising poster in 12 panels (6 per side) in orange & black & white. Small insets show frame, springs, steering mechanism & much more. Worthy of framing. $25.00 ap
/ SECURITY STORAGE / CO. / RUG CLEANING / OFFICE MOVING / RUG-FUR & SILVER
STORAGE / FUMIGATING-MOTH-PROOFING // HOME SERVICE / DEPT. / OAK & MAY STS.
/ CINCINNATI, O." signage on the side of a delivery truck, approximately
2.5"x5.0" VELOX photograph with
exemplary contrast & focus, 4 spots of album paste at the back corners, one
spot of thinning from album removal, top edge is scissors cut. [We think
such cutting allowed a prospective business owner to better visualize how a
business card picturing the vehicle would look; but we are not sure.]
"THE T. EATON Co LIMITED" with a side view of their delivery truck, approximately 10" x 7" advertising photo taken by Hoffman and Lane (Euclid Avenue, Cleveland Ohio) with their blue handstamp on back, marked 'Rec'd OCT 27 1911' in violet on back, also 'F. S. HARMER DEC 1 1911 / return to drawing room' on back. Top edge is multiply creased in the sky, paper adherences on back obscure nothing, glue discoloration at corners. The Harmer Motor Car Company of Columbus Ohio made touring cars, runabouts & delivery trucks all equipped with an air-cooled motor invented by F. S. Harmer. Rare. $20.00 ao(c)p
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"TRENT & SON / UPHOLSTERING / MIRRORS RESILVERED / 6th and Lafayette Ave. Phone C-8680" " illustrated Terre Haute Indiana business card in black & white showing the owner, his delivery vehicle loaded with some furniture & storefront, trivial toning on back. $10.00 i(t)g(t)fa
"UA4PNF" continental Naberezhnye Chelny / Набережные Челны / Яр Чаллы QSL card with Kamas truck design used 1989 by operator Boris A. Rumyantsev, 3 corner creases (2 are long). $1.50 ra
"UNION SPECIAL / [PEGASUS LOGO] / DE LUXE COACH" auto pulling RV with curtained windows, approximately 2.5" x 4.5" photo, 4 spots of album paste on back, slight curl to the paper, bottom corner crease. Auto & trailer both have the logo shown at the right. Back writing specifies Cincinnati Ohio as the location, which might be right -- travelling around to county fairs, for example. But this is clearly an early example from Pegasus Custom Car Coaches, now on Tiffin Avenue in Sandusky Ohio. Rare. $25.00 ao(s)r
Unused keychain with Harley-Davidson delivery truck in soft bright-yellow plastic. Advertising of A. D. Farrow Company (America's oldest Harley dealer) on both sides. Nice! $4.50 ma
"VanDyne-Crotty Co." advertising keyholder depicting their delivery truck in 2 colors (uniforms & other supplies), unused. $1.50 a
"ZESTA CRACKERS / always fresh! / THE STRIETMANN BISCUIT COMPANY" showing their delivery truck #19 in Cincinnati Ohio, approximately 2.5"x4.5" photograph with glossy finish & good focus, 4 spots of album paste on back. This firm later merged with other biscuit companies in November 1927 to form the United Biscuit Company of America. $20.00 fo(c)ag(s)
"ASTRO 2001 / The Most Capable Mid-Sized Van..." credit-card size multicolor illustrated advertising card showing a front view on the road, much pertinent information on back over the back, fresh appearance. $1.00
"EXPRESS / CARGO VAN / 2002 // Delivering Full Size Dependability." credit-card size multicolor illustrated advertising card showing a side view of the van with much pertinent information on back over the back, fresh appearance. $1.00
"S-10 2001 / Chevy S-10. It's one rugged pickup" credit-card size multicolor illustrated advertising card showing a top view off-road, much pertinent information on back over the back, fresh appearance. $1.00
"SILVERADO HD 2002 / CHEVY TRUCKS / The Truck" credit-card size multicolor illustrated advertising card showing a side view of the pickup truck with much pertinent information on back over the back, fresh appearance. $1.00
"TRACKER 2002 / CHEVY TRUCKS / It thinks big." credit-card size multicolor illustrated advertising card showing a side view of the vehicle with much pertinent information on back over the back, fresh appearance. $1.00
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