Unusual vintage Daniel Webster Flour sack

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Made in Pacific, Missouri

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If you're a history buff, collector of quirky things and/or you like portraits with eyes that follow you, this is your THING!

Vintage flour sack with Daniel Webster smack dab in the middle. Manufactured by Eagle Roller Mill Co in New Ulm, Minnesota.

This sack has been opened so the width is actually closer to 48". Would make a great apron, pillow or tote bag.

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Shipping is always Priority Mail, with Delivery Confirmation. $7.95 for up to 2 purses/totes, discount given for more items. I use Priority Mail flat rate boxes for larger orders and charge accordingly. No inflated shipping charges. I always do my best to get your merchandise out as soon as humanly possible (because who doesn't love getting something fun in the mail?!?). I generally ship on MWF, but if there's a holiday in there I'll ship on the earliest possible day.


Payment expected in advance on Custom Orders. Larger or Wholesale orders require a 50% deposit, with the balance due prior to shipment.

I prefer Paypal, but will accept checks or money orders if that works better for you.

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I want you to be happy!* If you're not, please let me know what I can do to fix that and I will stand on my head trying.

*NOTE: this applies to my merchandise only, silly.
If you're crabby or having a bad day, take a nap. Eat some chocolate. Buy a bouquet of flowers or snuggle a kitten. Finger paint. Sing. If your goldfish died, give him a proper burial. I can't fix it. Sorry. :0(

Additional policies

Please convo me for large or custom orders. I'll be happy to work with you. And yes, I can make a purse or tote from your feed sack. ;0)

My designs and name (Handcrafted at Wit's End) are original and are in the process of being Copyrighted. PLEASE DON'T STEAL THEM or ask me to give you the pattern. There are a lot of strained brain cells that go into the whole deal and I won't share. Besides, wouldn't you rather create something that you can call your own?