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A blue china plate from the 19th century.
A porcelain plate with monthly calendars for both 1911 and 1912 on it. The words on it are: " Compliments of Crosby's Cash Store Co., Maynard, Mass".
A porcelain saucer with a depiction of Main St., Hudson, Mass. imprinted on the front side. The backside of the plate says the following: "Made in Vienna, Austria for Sexton's Variety & Tea Store, Hudson, Mass.".
A china plate with floral motif was given to customers at C. B. Moller Home Furnisher in Maynard, Mass. In 1907 this store was located in the Naylor Block at the corner of Nason and Main Streets. Later they relocated to where the New Idea Store was…
Made in Germany for the Alfred T. Haynes Co. and sold at the Music Hall for the 1900 Merchant Week.
Made in Germany for the Alfred T. Haynes Co. and sold during Merchant Week of 1900.
This collection of China was made in Germany for the Alfred T. Haynes store and sold during Merchant Week in 1900. Embossed on the pieces are pictures of St. Bridget's Church, Nason Street School, Assabet Mills, Maynard Fire Department (old Nason…
Eight inch high pitcher with cover embossed with a picture of the "ASSABET MFG. CO. MAYNARD, MASS., L. MAYNARD AGT." was sold by the Alfred T. Haynes c.1900.
Five inch high vase made for the Combination Cash Store Company which was operated by a Mr. Crosby on the ground floor of the Masonic Block in the early 1900's.
2 1/2 in high China cup, looks like might have been used to pour syrup.
The mustard cup was produced for the May 1900 Merchant Week celebration. There is a depiction of St. Bridgets Church on the cup.
Souvenir used during Merchant's Week in May 1900. The cup was made in Germany for the Alfred T. Haynes Co. It depicts St. Bridgets Church.
In May 1900 the Merchants of Maynard put on a week and held it at the Music Hall. All had a display of their merchandise. Admiral Sampson, hero of Santiago in the Spanish-American War was the principle guest. The cup depicts a school building.
Sold in 1900 in connection with Merchant's Week by Alfred T. Haynes General Merchandise Store (117 Main Street, Maynard). The creamer depicts the Assabet Mfg. Co.