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Very Rare Vintage Artesian Birch Beer Label, What Is Sugar Color??, Clinton, Ma 1930s

Very Rare Vintage Artesian Birch Beer Label, What Is Sugar Color??, Clinton, Ma 1930s

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Rare Vintage Artesian Birch Beer Label from the 1930s, produced by M. T. Dwyer Company in Clinton, Massachusetts.

Measuring at 4 1/2" x 3 1/2" ~

Have you ever wondered about the mystery of sugar color?

These labels are exceptionally unique and hard to come by. The Sarsaparilla and Birch Beer drinks from this company were highly sought after in the Northeast during the early 1900s. Unfortunately, the business ceased operations in 1943, leaving behind a notable legacy in Worcester County, MA.

Imagine adding this nearly century-old piece of vintage art to your home decor.

This item is almost at antique status, being within 10 years of reaching that milestone.

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