Antique Biscuit Crate T.A. Huston & Co Colorful Graphics Auburn, Maine
Product Description: This large, wooden biscuit crate was once part of the history of the T.A. Huston bakery in Auburn, Maine. Known for providing quality biscuits, cookies and candies during the later 1800's to early 1900's, this crate once held XXL Pilot Crackers. On the front, vibrant graphics are featured on a paper label, surprisingly still in good condition. Fantastic display piece for your recreational room or pub display.
Circa: Most likely 1869-1919
Dimensions: Length: 24” x Width: 17 ¼” x Height: 21 ½”
Label: 21” x 9 ¾”
Product Weight: 8 pounds 4 ounces
Primary Color: Label: Orange and Blue
Maker: T.A. Huston & Co.
Markings: T.A. Huston & Co. Popular Biscuits Auburn, Maine, XXL Pilot
Origin: Auburn, Maine U.S.A.
Condition: Previously owned – used. Very good condition with minimal label loss, only a few areas (refer to photograph). Colors are still vibrant. Missing lid.
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