- Made in USA
- Vintage 1940’s
- Details: A very nice lithograph of a Yellow Globe Turnip on this seed packet from the Dodson Seed Store in Danville, IL. These are old stone lithographs printed by Stecher Lithograph in Rochester, New York. The beautiful images on the envelopes were printed in the 1940’s with price and descriptions left blank to be added later. We also offer 4 seed packets mounted in country/farmhouse aesthetic wood frames with your choice of seed packets. (SEE PICTURES). If interested, please refer to the listing for “White Shiplap Wood Frame” OR “Clip Mount Wood Brown Frame” for pricing and details. If you’re a seed packet collector, this is a wonderful way to display your collection and change it with the seasons.
- Dimensions: 5.0 inches Tall and 3.25 inches Wide
- Materials: Paper
- Condition: Vintage – Unused. Excellent Condition. These packets were intended to be filled with seed but were never used. There is slight yellowing on the paper but that is consistent with its age. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are Not new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
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Dodson Seed Store was located at 204 W. Main St., Danville, Illinois for many years. The store was known for being the only in this area that packaged their own seed. Mrs Dodson sold more than just seed, she also sold pet supplies, china vases and knickknacks, mostly high end products not found in the dime stores of the day. By the 1970’s the store was in decline, when the David S. Palmer Arena was built, the store relocated to Liberty Lane and closed a short time after that.
The Stecher Lithograph in Rochester, New York, was a major printer of catalogs, posters, and labels for the Rochester seed and packing industries. The company was acquired in 1936 by the Traung Lithographic Company of San Francisco to form Stecher-Traung with their main production facilities in San Francisco.