Antique General Store Advertising Box Finger Joint Corners Zanesville Ohio
Product Description: This early General Store box was once part of the history of the Chas (Charles) T.S. Myers Wholesale Grocery Store in Zanesville, Ohio. Constructed of wood with finger joint corners, it once stored some form of "pepper". On the front, it features awesome paper graphics of an outdoor nature theme of floral and birds. Although this box is missing the original lid, it still is a fantastic, early advertising box to display in your recreational room, pub display or really any room.
Circa: Most likely 1800's
Dimensions: 11” X 9” X 6 ¼”
Product Weight: 1 pound 7 ounces
Material: Wood and Paper
Primary Color: Brown box with multi-color graphics
Markings: Chas. T.S. Myers, Wholesale Grocer, Zanesville Ohio, Pepper
Origin: United States, Zanesville, Ohio
Condition: Previously owned – used. Condition is fairly consistent with age and use. Chippy on front top lip. Scratches, patina, staining and some wear on label. Missing lid.
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