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My daughter recently purchased a house, who's previous owner was a sewing machine repair/ seamstress. He had a large button display case made by Edinger-Wyckoff Inc for Streamline Button Inc. Inside the doors of that case was 13 button cards numbering 737, 740, 741, 742, 743, 744, 749, 750, 770, 772, 774, 775 & 776. I am assuming these cardfs were made by Streamline, but I can't find anything on the internet about them.

 

Could anyone here verify that or driect me to where I may find out?

 

Thanks

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These are probably salemans sample cards..are there buttons next to the numbers? Can you post a picture of one of the cards?

Streamline first started in 1935.

Here you go. Cards are in good shape, but the plastic covers that was on them had gotten brittle and broke off.
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yes those are saleman sample cards..quit common and all but the first one not  worth more than a couple dollars each..the first card would be around $10.00 because it has pictorials, shapes..the cards aren't very old...I'm guessing 50's-60's
I was thinking mid to late 60'd myself. Thanks for the help and info.

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