9 Depression Era Matchbox Covers. These came from my Uncles' estate. I believe he started collecting them in the 1930's although some of these covers may be from an earlier time period. The paper covers are mounted on postal stamp hinges on old binder paper so that they can easily be removed. The page measures 8" x 5". Going across, the labels are Pabst's Okay Specific (made in Norway), Flaza (made in Finland), Club House (made in Russia), Independence (made in USA), Ohio Blue Tip (no named source, Ohio?), The Palace of Peace at the Hague (made in Holland), Salamander (made in Germany), Richelieu (made in Sweden), and America's Own (made in USA). Some show vintage wear, the first two have tiny tears. Great for the collector! Could be used for college work, artists trading cards, scrapbooking, etc. Price is for all 9 covers.
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