TIN TRAY ADVERTISING THE MURRAY COMPANY SODAS, CIRCA 1890’S

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Item Code: 909-140

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Tray features two smiling colonial men drinking soda from a fountain, while sitting on chairs that are marked, “THE MURRAY CO. SODAWATER FLAVORS”. Interior side of tray is marked, “SODAS / FRUITS / PURE / SUNDAES / FRESH”. The Murray Co. was located at 209-211 State St. in Boston. They offered sodas, fruits, flowers and sundaes.

Tray measures 12” in circumference. Surface rust is present, mainly on back and rim. Wonderful graphics and colors have retained their brightness.

Tray has wire hanger with loop attached.  [sm]

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