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    Pittsburgh Storecards 1850s through 1920s in a Variety of Compositions and Occupations. Heeren Brothers and Co., Makers of Signs and Medals, Spanish American War commemorative 1898, shield shape, aluminum (UNC, holed at top); Gusky's 1891 store pictured (white metal, AU, holed); Dr. George H. Keyser Trusses and Braces and Co., proprietor for pectoral syrup and improved blend searcher (black vulcanite, VF holed); W.S. MacPherran, Pittsburgh Office of the Commercial Exchange (aluminum, Fine); M.P. Morse Literary Depot (copper, VF); Pittsburgh Gazette (aluminum, XF); The Randall Club (aluminum, AU, holed); Stephan G. Rovianek Wines and Liquors 1908 (brass, XF). 8 pieces.

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    June, 2006
    7th Wednesday
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