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  • Large Version Antique Vintage Beechwood Mince Meat Label 1910s Vintage and Antique Gifts Antique Vintage Food and Home Misc. Labels
  • Large Version Antique Vintage Beechwood Mince Meat Label 1910s Vintage and Antique Gifts Antique Vintage Food and Home Misc. Labels
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Large Version Antique Vintage Beechwood Mince Meat Label 1910s

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Rare Version Antique Vintage Beechwood Mince Meat Label when they made it with real rum. 1910s

This vintage advertising would look amazing as home decor in any room, great for kitchen decoration ideas!

9 1/2" x 5" ~ This size and recipe are rare.

Edgar Brick and Sons out of Crosswicks, New Jersey was founded in 1874 and was a very popular mincemeat in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

They used real rum in this old recipe so probably helped with customer retention. :) Actually, mincemeat in Prohibition became especially popular for this exact reason and became an American staple.

These could be even older than the early 1900s but I can only date them back so far thanks to great colleges and historical societies that keep records and advertising imagery of these long-defunct companies alive and had imagery of 1920 on.

This is a full antique.

The Large Version Antique Vintage Beechwood Mince Meat Label 1910s is the product you didn't think you need, but once you have it, something you won't want to live without.

Inventory Last Updated: Dec 04, 2022