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Vintage matchbook cover featuring advertising for Progress caskets.
Found on Pinterest with no attribution.
This particular casket came in a brushed amethyst finish. See how beautifully it complements the wood paneling. Makes you want to die right now, doesn't it?
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I like the "close cover before striking" line at the bottom. LOL
30 August 2013 at 09:59 AM
I just got a woodworking catalog in the mail, thanks to ordering some hinges on Amazon. They have kits, you can make things. Including a *coffin*. Explain that one to your elderly relative
31 August 2013 at 02:38 AM
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