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    Posted 5 years ago

    jettkk
    (2 items)

    About 1 inch wide and 2 1/2 long. Found it in the basement of an 1860s clothing store. Just trying to find out what the "T.J. stands for. Help? Thanks.

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    1. valentino97 valentino97, 5 years ago
      What was the history of the 1860's clothing store? Why do you think this was left there? Sounds like a fun mystery to solve.
    2. jettkk, 5 years ago
      Hi valentino97, I'm still doing research on the old building. There were boxes of files in the basement from the 1920s that had coal dust on them. At that point it was a clothing store and that is where I found this letterpress along with some others. There was also a sign makers stamp kit from that period. Could have been something they used for just the store or maybe it may have been a printing shop prior. I'll dig some more!

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