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Package Machinery Company 1954 vintage textile ad marveled wraps

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<p>Original 1954 textile trade vintage ad for<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">&nbsp;PACKAGE MACHINERY COMPANY.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></b>Main office and plant was located in Springfield, MA.</p><p> </p><p>Manufacturers of Product Wraps Machines.<br></p><p>Products include Universal 6, the most advanced wrapper ever offered textile manufacturers. Makes perfect wraps with Polyethylene, Vitafilm or cellophane. Printed matter is registered by electric eye. It is possible to adjust for length of package by two hand-wheel settings, width and height of goods being wrapped are automatically accommodated. They Marveled at the beautiful wraps made by this machine. The product may be in cartons, in trays or on flat cards, and some goods may be wrapped without any card at all. Package will impress both the trade and the public and for the lowest wrapping cost.</p><p> Has numerous product images, illustrations, descriptions, and applications provide extensive product details. Unbound from a large 1954 Textile trade magazine, this unique old one-page advertisement would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro textile industry library.&nbsp;</p>
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