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Cardboard Shac Headache Tablets Trolley Car
© MORPHY AUCTIONS, Denver, PA, USA

Cardboard Shac Headache Tablets Trolley Car Sign. Description Circa 1910 to 1920. Found years ago in New York City. Great, strong color with light to medium... [this item is NOT for sale]


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