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Salzer Seed Company Fruit and Vegetable Coaster Set

$19.95
This colorful coaster set features vintage illustrations used by the Salzer Seed Company, formerly based in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Set of four.
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The Salzer Seed Company was based in La Crosse, Wisconsin, in the late 1800's and early 1900's, and the Historical Society is proud to have these colorful images in our collection! Set includes four different images.

  • Ceramic with cork backing
  • 4 different images
  • Size: About 4" in diameter x 1/4 inch thick

The Salzer Seed Company was based in La Crosse, Wisconsin, in the late 1800's and early 1900's, and the Historical Society is proud to have these colorful images in our collection! Set includes four different images.

  • Ceramic with cork backing
  • 4 different images
  • Size: About 4" in diameter x 1/4 inch thick
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