Vintage Home Needle Case from The Pockrandt Paint Co.

Vintage Home Needle Case from The Pockrandt Paint Co.

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This is a vintage needle sewing kit used as promotion & advertising by the Pockrandt Paint Co. of Akron, Ohio. The needle case measures 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" when closed, and 5 1/2" x 4 3/4" when open. The image on the front depicts a young girl reaching for butterflies with her dress blowing in the wind. Below the image it says "The Home Needle Case" in red print. Inside the case is a complete set of sewing needles and also a packet of Dix and Rand High Quality 3/9 Sharps. Inside, on the other side, is the header "Home is Woman's Workshop" and it follows to explain why you should buy some Pockrandt Paint. At the bottom in small print it reads "Stanwood- Hillson Corp., Brookline, Mass. No. 71 Special," and in small print on the back it says "Printed in U.S.A." There is no date, I would estimate the item to be from the 1930s - 1960s.

The case still has all of its needles and the packet of sharps. Good condition inside, wear and aging to all corners outside, light dirt on the back of the case, and a small crease in top left corner of the backside.
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This is a vintage needle sewing kit used as promotion & advertising by the Pockrandt Paint Co. of Akron, Ohio. The needle case measures 2 3/4" x 4 3/4" when closed, and 5 1/2" x 4 3/4" when open. The image on the front depicts a young girl reaching for butterflies with her dress blowing in the wind. Below the image it says "The Home Needle Case" in red print. Inside the case is a complete set of sewing needles and also a packet of Dix and Rand High Quality 3/9 Sharps. Inside, on the other side, is the header "Home is Woman's Workshop" and it follows to explain why you should buy some Pockrandt Paint. At the bottom in small print it reads "Stanwood- Hillson Corp., Brookline, Mass. No. 71 Special," and in small print on the back it says "Printed in U.S.A." There is no date, I would estimate the item to be from the 1930s - 1960s.

The case still has all of its needles and the packet of sharps. Good condition inside, wear and aging to all corners outside, light dirt on the back of the case, and a small crease in top left corner of the backside.

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