The following is posted to assist in announcing a couple of new products:
We are proud to offer the following items to our product line, which reflect months of careful development. The end result is not only impressive, but very important reproductions for the mid-19th century historian.
We had commisioned Bob Szabo to photograph several artifacts at the Bertrand Museum, including a W.K. Lewis Brandied Peaches label. Fragments of this label were used on a very distinctive commercial bottle which we also reproduced.This bottle is clearly made for bulk packaging, and is devoid of any ornate flourishes that one normally finds on the items marketed to the home canning market.
More information and ordering information is available here:
We are also in the process of developing several hard rubber items. The first in this grouping is a reprodution of the Goodyear patent shaving mirror. There were several shaving mirrors produced by goodyear, a civilian floral one, a navy one (which is the most common) and the army one. Of all of them, the army one is the rarest of the originals.
Our reproduction features the Army eagle, and the bezel inside contains Goodyear's 1851 patent information.
Again, the ordering information is available here:
Thank you so much for your continued support,