The "PBL" pneumatically driven, medium size combination machine.

The "PBL" pneumatically driven, medium size combination machine.

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Lynch Corporation, Anderson, IN, USA manufacturer.
4 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
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Lynch Corporation
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"Sept. 15, 1946"--P. [2] of cover.
Page [3] of cover illustrates and lists some of the items made on the "PBL" machine: gas and lantern globes, shades, vases, thin blown (hot-mold) tumblers, tie-over jars, candy and gum jars, fish bowls, milk bottles, tumblers, jellies, nappies, sherbets, ointments, salad plates, tableware, beer mugs, percolator tops, door knobs and more.
Address label for Nathan Sackler & Son applied to p. [1] of cover (and) "Fonds Chambon" rubber stamped.
Folder ; no. 16 A