Newest and best. Vick's early scarlet globe radish. Only found in Rices box of choice vegetables. (front)
File name: 10_03_001666a Binder label: Agriculture Title: Newest and best. Vick's early scarlet globe radish. Only found in Rices box of choice vegetables. (front) Copyright date: 1887 Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 14 x 8 cm. Genre: Advertising cards Subject: People; Radishes; Seeds Notes: Title from item. Collection: 19th Century American Trade Cards Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: No known restrictions.
11 Sweet and Spicy Radish Prints for Your Kitchen Walls
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