Authentic 1887 Original Uncle Obadiah Dixon Stove Polish Advertising Trade Card
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Authentic 1887 Original Uncle Obadiah Dixon Stove Polish Advertising Trade Card:
African-American Black Uncle Obediah: "Now chillen, what yer needs is dese times is a practical eddycashun ... trash in de market....
Antique Dixon's Stove Polish, Jersey City, N.J. Victorian Business Advertising Trade Card
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African-American Black man making an "educational presentation" oratory to rapt children:
"An' now chillen, listen to an ole man who's had lots of 'sperience, dere am two kinds of Polish ...."NOTE: this circa 1880's card depicts negative "ethnic" features and behaviors attributed at the time to Blacks. NOTE: American History Horrors -- I do NOT support racism!
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"What Uncle Obadiah says about Dixon's Stove Polish .... Copyright 1887."
"Jos. Dixon Crucible Co., Jersey City, N.J. ...."Authentic 100% Guaranteed Original Antique Vintage Card
REVERSE: "Carburet of Iron for Polishing Stoves, Grates, Ranges...." --- as shown above. Condition: - Never folded! (These cards were usually folded down the Much evidence of aging, flaws, and wear as seen in HUGE scans.
Please ... SEE the above HUGE SCANS to note any and all FLAWS!
Size: Approx. 6.25 x 5.125 -- as indicated by ruler in HUGE scans above.After over 30 years of collecting, I'm thinning my archives of thousands and thousands of pre-1900 cards.
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