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Singer Sewing 1905 Philadelphia 10 Trade Cards Broad St Station PRR New US Mint

Here is an antique, circa 1905, advertising souvenir packet of trade cards from Singer Sewing Machine. This is a complete set of 10 trade cards showing photographic views of buildings and streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, along with a description and some history on the back plus Singer advertising, all in the original graphic envelope which shows Pennsylvania Railroad's Broad Street Station. The cards measure 7-1/8" x 4-1/4". The envelope is worn, torn along edges, and the closure flap is torn off but still here. The cards are in excellent condition. A great slice of history. They are as follows:

  • Carpenter's Hall
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • North Broad Street, Looking Toward City Hall with horse drawn carriages and bicycles
  • Girard College
  • Washington Statue and Fountain at the Green St entrance to Fairmount Park
  • Lemon Hill, Fairmount Park - Overlooking Schuykill Navy Boathouses
  • City Hall
  • Christ Church
  • Independence Hall
  • The New U.S. Mint - Philadelphia's 3rd Mint opened in 1901 at 17th & Spring Garden Streets

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