Old tin beer advertising match holder and striker

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  • Item Category: Alcohol & Smoking
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 27,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Old tin beer advertising match holder and striker

A rare and well preserved Milwaukee light draft and harvesting machine advertising match holder and striker. It shows a man holding a basket which held the matches. Under the basket is an area of dimpled metal used to strike the match.

Size: Five and 1/2 inches tall, three and 3/4 inches wide, the holder extends for an inch and 1/4 from the back. Mark: "Milwaukee Harvesting Machines"; "Always Reliable"; "Light Draft". And in very tiny black letters on the bottom right: "Chas W. Shonr Co. Litho Chicago No.B2C" Condition: Very good used condition. The underside of the match holder is blackened from use and the rough striker shows plenty of use. The graphics above the match well are crisp. T is minimal rust around the edges and no bends, breaks, or repairs.

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