1920's Original Antique Advertising Label for 20 lbs. of
Giuseppe Garibaldi Macaroni, Philadelphia PA
Condition: mint, unused, original antique litho, 9 x 6.5 inches.
This is a small and beautiful original lithographed macaroni label, great for framing, we only have this one. It would have been made for the Italian immigrant population in Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York City.
Giuseppe Garibaldi 1807 -1882 was an Italian general and politician who played a large role in the history of Italy. He is considered one of Italy's “Fathers of the Fatherland". A great Italian hero to sell pasta!
Text on label reads:
Bottom text: Trademark Registered U.S. Patent Office
Guiseppe Garibaldi, Trade mark Brand: 20 Lbs. Net.
Artificially Colored Macaroni
Made in the State of Pennsylvania
Packed for Pasquale Giunta Sons, Philadelphia. PA
Copyright by AA Giunta Registered U.S. Pat Off.
It depicts a chariot and a young boy eating his yummy pasta. great for Giunta genealogy too! A great old piece...we only have this one. It would be wonderful framed in a kitchen.
Size: 9 x 6.5 inches, see photos.
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