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Singer Sewing Machines Ad 1904 New York 10 Trade Card Set Downtown Complete Pack

Here is an antique 1903-04 advertising souvenir packet of trade cards from Singer Sewing Machine. This is a complete set of 10 trade cards showing different buildings and street views of New York City Downtown along with a description and some history on the back plus Singer advertising, all in the original graphic envelope showing The Pediment of the New York Stock Exchange. Some pictures are from photos, some from engravings or drawings. The cards measure 7-1/8" x 4-1/4". The envelope is worn, torn, with writing on the back and missing its closure flap but the cards are in excellent condition. A great slice of history. They are as follows:

  • The Bowery, from Grand Street to Cooper Union (photo copyrighted 1903 Geo. P. Hall & Son N.Y.)
  • Broadway, Looking North from Ann Street (photo Geo. P. Hall & Son N.Y.)
  • Broadway, South from St. Paul Building ("Grand Canyon") (photo Geo. P. Hall & Son N.Y.)
  • City Hall and Newspaper Row
  • The Custom House at Bowling Green (under construction, ground broken 1900, expected to be completed in 1906) (signed Richard Rummell, architect Cass Gilbert - copyright 1903 by Moses King)
  • New York Clearing House (Associated Banks) (signed Richard Rummell)
  • Stock Exchange, Wall Street, and Trinity Church (copyright 1904 by Moses King)
  • Typical New York Singer Shops (1) 346 Sixth Ave. (2) Broadway and Prince St. (3) 396 Fifth Ave.
  • New York Chamber of Commerce
  • St. Paul's Chapel and St. Paul Building (Photo Irving Underhill N.Y.)

Price $44.99    Shipping $3.99 -Will Ship United States Lower 48 States Only

Singer Sewing Machines Ad 1904 New York 10 Trade Card Set Downtown Complete Pack



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