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    1910 Heinz Leatherbound Heavily-Illustrated Company Catalog. "This book contains everything you could possibly want to know about the H. J. Heinz Company and its products!" "You are correct pickle-breath!" as Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon might have put it. H. J. Heinz Company "57 Varieties" (Pittsburgh: Heinz, 1910), 55 numbered and illustrated pages plus numerous full-plate color lithographs, gilt-stamped morocco binding with metal corners, 4to (8.5" x 11.5"). This limited edition (#641), full-line catalog discusses Heinz's past, plants, processes, and products in lavish detail with breathtaking illustrations. An advertising collector's dream, seldom seen in this leather-bound format and in good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2005
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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