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Carrot. (Danvers Half Long)
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Carrot. (Danvers Half Long)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of carrots, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Cabbage (american savoy)
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Cabbage (american savoy)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of cabbage (american savoy), 5 x 3.25in (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Celeriac. (Turnip rooted celery)
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Celeriac. (Turnip rooted celery)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of celeriac, 5 x 3.25in (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Turnip

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of turnip, 5 x 3.25in (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Radish (white tipped scarlet turnip)
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Radish (white tipped scarlet turnip)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of radish, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Cauliflower. (Early Paris)
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Cauliflower. (Early Paris)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of cauliflower, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Sorrel
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Sorrel

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of sorrel, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Sweet Peas - Spencer Mixed
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Sweet Peas - Spencer Mixed

By FLOWER)

Dalton, N.Y.: Burt Seed Co.. No date. Ca. 1910.. Unused seed packet (no seeds) with chromolithograph illustration of flowers, 5 x 3 inches. Very good condition. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$15.00

Tomato. (chalk pomedoro grosso)
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Tomato. (chalk pomedoro grosso)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of tomatos, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Cabbage (early flat dutch)
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Cabbage (early flat dutch)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of cabbage (early flat dutch), 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Herbs. Sweet Marjoram
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Herbs. Sweet Marjoram

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of herb (sweet marjoram), 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Sweet fennel. (Finocchio)
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Sweet fennel. (Finocchio)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of sweet fennel, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Kale.  Tall Green Curled Scotch
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Kale. Tall Green Curled Scotch

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of kale, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Egg Plant. (Large purple Mulignani)
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Egg Plant. (Large purple Mulignani)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of an eggplant, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Watermelon. (Tom Watson)
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Watermelon. (Tom Watson)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of watermelon, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Radish (icicle)
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Radish (icicle)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of radish, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Kale.  Dwarf Curled Scotch
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Kale. Dwarf Curled Scotch

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of kale, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Endive.  Broad Leaved Escarole Schiani
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Endive. Broad Leaved Escarole Schiani

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of endive, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

Celery - (Golden self-blanching)
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Celery - (Golden self-blanching)

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of celery, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$14.00

Collard
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Collard

Fredonia, N.Y.: Card Seed Co.. nd. Ca. 1910's.. Unused seed packet with chromolithograph illustration of colard, 5 x 3 1/4 inches (13 x 8cm). Very good condition. The similarity of package design of these seed packets and those of another New York firm led to these packets never being used, due to the possibility of litigation. They were warehoused prior to World War I. The vividness of the colors is typical of chromolithography, a pre-photographic method of printing, now seldom used in commercial publication. In their superior design, they represent the "Golden Age" of American illustration. .

$7.50

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