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Collections >> The North Carolina Experience >> Document Menu >> 8 - No. 182--3000 TAGS. REGLINING GO-CART--Body made of best selected reeds, closely woven with heavy roll, and finest shellac and varnish finish; rubbertired wheels and rubber hub caps. Upholstered with best velour, with satin ruffled edge, or simile silk damask; in red, blue, green or golden brown colors. Silk satinlined parasol with deep ruffle. In ordering, state style upholstering and color desired. Sent by freight. No. 183--3175 TAGS. BABY CARRIAGE--Body of the latest design, close woven, with heavy roll; made of selected reeds, with finest shellac and varnish finish; rubber-tired wheels and rubber hub caps. Upholstering and parasol the same as described for Reclining Go-Cart. In ordering, state style upholstering and color desired. Sent by freight.
R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
Valuable Presents Given for Tobacco Tags for the Entire Year of 1902. These are Exact Fac-similes of the Tags Redeemable under Our Offer Fully Explained Inside.
[Winston-Salem, N.C.]: [R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.], [1902].

No. 182--3000 TAGS.
REGLINING GO-CART--Body made of best selected reeds, closely woven with heavy roll, and finest shellac and varnish finish; rubbertired wheels and rubber hub caps. Upholstered with best velour, with satin ruffled edge, or simile silk damask; in red, blue, green or golden brown colors. Silk satinlined parasol with deep ruffle. In ordering, state style upholstering and color desired. Sent by freight.
No. 183--3175 TAGS.
BABY CARRIAGE--Body of the latest design, close woven, with heavy roll; made of selected reeds, with finest shellac and varnish finish; rubber-tired wheels and rubber hub caps. Upholstering and parasol the same as described for Reclining Go-Cart. In ordering, state style upholstering and color desired. Sent by freight.

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  • Baby carriages--North Carolina--Winston-Salem--1902.
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