Antique Tin Lithograph Butterfly Tape Dispenser, 1920s Old Stock Full Roll, Unused! Nulli Secundus Brand NOS

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Found in a warehouse, minature 1920’s tin lithographed tape roll dispensers in excellent, never-used condition! They are die cut in the shape of a butterfly, still with the full roll of tape! They are original rolls of Nulli Secundus Brand adhesive tape, which were made in England.Nulli Secundus is Latin for Second to None. The company has been out of business for about 90 years. The adhesive tape, as it was called, was meant to be used for repairing sheet music & books. So very cute, the dispenser roll is 1” in diameter while the front with butterfly cut-out is 1” tall. The overall width is 1 1/8" and there is an additional butterfly on each end. They are wonderful, unspoiled relics from the early 1900s that show only minor age and shelf wear! We offer them individually for $8.50. Very limited supply, don't miss out!

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