Featured is a rather colorful cardboard advertising sign from the Kent Factory of the National Biscuit Company, advertising Portland, Maine brand of Purity Kiss biscuits. Biscuits in the early 1900’s was another name for salted crackers, similar to Saltines in today’s modern marketplace. This sign features two kids on a swing, eating the Purity Kiss…Details
Pictured is an early Victorian era die cut lithograph from the Steeleville, IL Milling Company advertising their Banner brand of Flour. Circa 1910. The lithograph is highlighted with sparkling glitter on the embossed areas, and features a young girl and her Saint Bernard dog. The Steeleville Milling Company was located in Randolph County, Illinois and was a fairly large milling company in Southern Illinois at the time.