Description[Bookplates]. Eight Commercial Bookplates. [American, late 19th to mid-20th C.].
[Bookplates]. [Various artists]. Collection of Eight Commercial Bookplates. [American, late 19th to mid-20th century].Bookplates toned, some with light handling crimps, else fine. Attractively matted, glazed and framed in two separate frames to 18 x 13.5 and 17.25 x 14.75 inches. Including the bookplates of Eli Lilly and Company, an Indianapolis based pharmaceutical company; Proctor and Gamble, a Cincinnati based soap manufacturer and the sponsor of melodramatic radio programs now known as "soap operas."; The Lakeside Press, a negative print in color.
From the James M. Goode Collection of Bookplates.
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