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    Three Framed Heinz Crate Labels for Catsup, Celery and Tobasco Pepper Sauces It was 1869 and Henry John Heinz was 25 years old. His first product was horseradish, packed in clear jars so the consumer could see that he didn't use fillers. After horseradish came pickles, sauerkraut and vinegar, delivered by horse-drawn wagons to grocers in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Tomato catsup came along in 1875 and Heinz is still going strong today. Here are three colorful, vintage crate labels, all in matching frames, perfect for display on a kitchen or restaurant wall. Products represented are Celery Sauce (circa 1890s), Catsup, and Tobasco Pepper Sauce (both circa 1880). Sizes range from 10" x 9.5" to 13" x 8" (sight size). Their conditions are very good.

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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