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Advertising Plate by D.E. McNicol of Kansas

Advertising Plate by D.E. McNicol of Kansas

This 7 inch plate was a giveaway by the J.A. Lednicky Stores, which were in Everest, Purcell and Huron, Kansas, all of which is printed in gold at the front bottom. The central motif features a male pheasant in front of a stand of birch trees; at the lower right there is a signature: “Daudin.”
Advertising Stoneware Hygeia Ice Co. Jug - Utah Early 1900s

Advertising Stoneware Hygeia Ice Co. Jug - Utah Early 1900s

The Hygeia Ice Company produced manufactured ice, also called plant ice, freezing water with mechanical equipment, rather than harvesting natural ice. It was the nation's largest cold storage locker and the first artificial ice plant in the area.