Undated but circa 1870-1880 chromolithographic business trade card for Hoyt's German Cologne by E.W. Hoyt & Co., Lowell, Massachusetts with retailer stamp for L. Lawson & Son, Notions, Fancy Goods, &c., Greensboro, Alabama. [Retail advertising ephemera.]

E.W. Hoyt & Co., Lowell, Mass. [Eli Waite Hoyt, 1838-1887.] L. Lawson & Son, Greensboro, Ala.

Published by Lowell, MA: E.W. Hoyt & Co., [no date, circa 1870-1880].
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Stiff card, H 11.75cm x L 7.75cm. Printed on one side only but with antiquarian ink markings on blank verso. Foxing and toning to both sides of card. Top 5.5cm has chromolithograph illustration of flowered wreath with a bird and butterfly. Thin blue ruled border along edges. Text begins "This Card is Perfumed with "Hoyt's German Cologne," the most delightful odor of the age." Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) the card has NOT retained the cologne aroma. Text concludes with trial size specified at 25 cents and large bottles at $1 "Sold by all Druggists and Fancy Goods dealers. E.W. Hoyt & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass." And stamped at bottom is "Presented by L. Lawson & Son, Notions, Fancy Goods, &c., Greensboro, Ala." Located in Hale County in west central Alabama, Greensboro was a wealthy agricultural town which retained some prosperity during Reconstruction as this card, although undated, should be contemporary to the mid 1870s. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Undated but circa 1870-1880 ...
Publisher: Lowell, MA: E.W. Hoyt & Co., [no date, circa 1870-1880].

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E.W. Hoyt & Co., Lowell, Mass. [Eli Waite Hoyt, 1838-1887.] L. Lawson & Son, Greensboro, Ala.
Published by Lowell, MA: E.W. Hoyt & Co., [no date, circa 1870-1880]. (1880)
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Book Description Lowell, MA: E.W. Hoyt & Co., [no date, circa 1870-1880]., 1880. Stiff card, H 11.75cm x L 7.75cm. Printed on one side only but with antiquarian ink markings on blank verso. Foxing and toning to both sides of card. Top 5.5cm has chromolithograph illustration of flowered wreath with a bird and butterfly. Thin blue ruled border along edges. Text begins "This Card is Perfumed with "Hoyt's German Cologne," the most delightful odor of the age." Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) the card has NOT retained the cologne aroma. Text concludes with trial size specified at 25 cents and large bottles at $1 "Sold by all Druggists and Fancy Goods dealers. E.W. Hoyt & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass." And stamped at bottom is "Presented by L. Lawson & Son, Notions, Fancy Goods, &c., Greensboro, Ala." Located in Hale County in west central Alabama, Greensboro was a wealthy agricultural town which retained some prosperity during Reconstruction as this card, although undated, should be contemporary to the mid 1870s. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-03092

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