Pepsi Cola Recording WWII Soldier Nashua New Hampshire

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  • Item Category: Advertising
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 30, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House

If you are the winning bidder of multiple items we will happily send them together in one package. We are planning to ship this via First Class Mail as this is the best value, but if you prefer priority just let us know at the end of the auction.

Very unique piece of historical memorabilia sponsored by Pepsi-Cola. This is a 7" square mailer with the original 1-1/2 cent stamp (Martha Washington). At one time it held a small record for the family at home to receive and hear. As the cover says, "This is a recorded message from your Man in Service." Included in the "Pepsi-Cola Voice Letter - Notice of Receipt" that is dated July 1, 1945. Both the folder and receipt postcard have dirt/grease(?) but these are such interesting finds, they are certainly worth adding to a collection.

The recipient of the recording was :

Frank N. Rule

RFD #1

Nashua, New Hampshire

No reserve - bid $8 and this could be yours!!

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If you are the winning bidder in more than one of our auctions we will combine your purchases.

The small print: Payment expected within seven days of the auction 's conclusion. We accept PayPal, Visa, and Master Card as well as money orders and checks. We will ship this via first class mail for $1.30. North Carolina residents must pay state sales tax (sorry) unless you can provide a valid resale number. Returns are accepted if our tag is in place but we don 't refund the return postage. We need to be notified within two days of receive the package and we need to have this returned and in our hands within seven days

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