1940's John D. Kline Shartlesville PA Apple Cider Poster Vintage

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1940's Antique Advertising Poster Broadside
History of the town of Shartlesville, PA:
 Berks County

Age: 1940's
Condition: See photos, an original old broadside poster sign on cardboard card stock paper, thick, will stand alone. reverse is blank.
Printed by: Marked "Press of the Hamburg Item"

This is a great old and original vintage Cider Mill Broadside Poster Printed circa 1940s for Kline's Cider Mill farmin or farming complex in Shartlesville, Pennsylvania, Berks County PA. The mill was owned by John D. Kline.

 The "Hamburg Item" newspaper was founded in 1875 by Samuel A. Focht and is now published by Berks-Mont Newspapers of Boyertown, PA., for the Tulpehocken area, Hamburg area and Schuylkill Valley region.

The poster advertises apple butter and cider for sale milled with a screw-type press. It lists a Bernville phone number. John Kline states he has rehabbed his entire business. A great old piece for the home made cider enthusiast! We only have this one.

Size: 18 x 11 inches
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