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    The Helmet Company Chewing Gum Catalogue with Envelopes.This lot contains four items from The Helmet Company in Cincinnati, Ohio. These are World War I era paper items which include a color catalogue of the companies products, a coupon for 5% savings, two mailing envelopes, and an order blank. The catalogue is in excellent condition and still fully intact. The pictures inside are bright and saturated, there is one small hole in the upper left corner (presumably for binding). The coupon is in mint condition as well as the smaller envelope. The larger envelope has some staining on it around the edges as well as some small tears and a blemish on the back.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2006
    14th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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