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Unread 02-03-2022, 09:27 AM   #1
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When I was going through Parker paperwork that I had on hand, I found this piece inside of a catalog. It appears to be a reproduction case label or something of the sort. But I have not seen one just like it before.

Is anyone familiar with it?

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Did Parker ever use any labeling with "Bro."?
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Did Parker ever use any labeling with "Bro."?


Nope - not that I have ever seen. It's always been Parker Bros. or on very early things it was sometimes Parker Bro with superscript 's.





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Did Parker ever use any labeling with "Bro."?
I see them quite often here in Baltimore.
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I see them quite often here in Baltimore.
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They were a retailer/agent in San Francisco
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They were a retailer/agent in San Francisco
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What proof or documentation do you have that they weren't a Parker agent on the West Coast.
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They were but they never used the trade name Parker Bro. which its the subjwct of this thread.

Further, A.W. duBray was the agent and we know just about everything about him.




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This is about the same size as a gun case trade label would be.
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