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Old Morton’s Salt Advertising Premium Weather Indicator / Ink Pen Blotter
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Salt   Advertising   Premium   Grocery   Police   Blotter
The picture shows this Old Morton's Salt Advertising Premium Weather Indicator / Ink Pen Blotter. The picture shows the front, the back is blank. The white section where it reads "Morton's Salt" is supposed to change color with the weather. Unfortunately it continues to be humid here in New England so I haven't seen it change. The back is to be used as an ink pen blotter, it is unused. The picture shows a policeman directing traffic with children crossing. It pictures an old version of the Salt can and reads:

Morton's Salt
When It Rains
It pours

It was printed in the U.S.A. and measures 6-1/4" x 3-1/4". It is in near mint condition except for a small dent above the policeman's hand. It is not dated but believed to be from the 1940's. (PLEASE SEE MY OTHER ITEMS FOR AN OLD MORTON'S SALT CAN).

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Old Morton’s Salt Advertising Premium Weather Indicator / Ink Pen Blotter

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