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|The picture shows this 1911 Confectioner Invoice Featuring: Lowney's Chocolate, Coca-Cola, & Moxie. This came from Allen, Son & Company - Manufacturing Confectioner of Baltimore, Maryland. It was sent to a Mt. Sidney, Virginia address. It is printed in black & red ink on off white paper. On the left are the logos for Lowneys Chocolates & Bon Bons, Coca Cola, and Moxie. The sheet lists many different old candy , gum, and nut items with prices. The billhead section reads as follows:|
Allen, Son & Co.
Fruits, Nuts, Grocers Sundries
& Soda Fountain Supplies.
119 W. Baltimore St.
November 7, 1911.
The products that were sold on this invoice (as typed) are as follows:
Greenfields Choc. Sponge
Cream Choc. Sticks
Pail Cocoanut Ices
Fox Salted Peanuts
Big Drop in Gum
Log Cabin Kisses
Can After Dinner Mints
This had been saved for the Lowneys advertising on it. The Walter M. Lowney Company was from Boston, Massachusetts and Montreal, Canada. The reciept measures 8-1/4" x 10-1/4". It is in excellent condition as pictured with folds from mailing.
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