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Childs’ Peerless Tomatoes Color Plate,  BP27
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Childs’ Peerless Tomatoes Color Plate,  BP27
Childs’ Peerless Tomatoes Color Plate,  BP27

Childs’ Peerless Tomatoes Color Plate, BP27

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This is an ORIGINAL, not reproduction, color plate which has been carefully removed from the original source. This colorful plate pictures a variety of tomatoes. The reverse side gives information concerning Childs’ Peerless Tomatoes. The book plate measures approximately 7"x9.5", ready to be matted and framed. There may be occasional edge flaws not affecting printed area. Source and date of publication are unknown.

PLEASE NOTE: This item is NOT an original piece of art. It IS an original book plate from a magazine, periodical, book, or other source. Stated size is for overall measurement. Some items may have slight age darkening due to type of paper used during the time they were published and/or age stains. Some may also have staple holes or small edge tears in the margin which would be concealed by a frame.

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