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Advertising postcard from the Cohansey Glass Mf'g Co., Cor. Third & Arch Sts., Philad'a, manufacturers of window glass, bottles, fruit jars, &c. Postmarked Oct. 1, with no year date. Advertising on the verso reads:
"Twenty per cent. Lower than French Window Glass
Is many times the usual difference from American.
"Having greatly improved this year in style of Packing as well as in Melting, Flattening and Sorting, we believe our "Cohansey" and "Bridgeton" brands are now superior to other American and EQUAL TO IMPORTED GLASS.
"Unusual inducements are now offered for trial orders, which of course show best in high quality and large size.
"One quality better than French can be used and yet with material saving. Though our cost is considerably enhanced, we give buyers advantage in price for introduction."
|Date Created||ca. 1890s|