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When David Kowalski heard about a space opening up in an antique shop in Atlanta, he opened Brick+Mortar on a whim and used his personal vintage collection as stock. When it swiftly sold out, he knew he was onto something. This Excelsior Letterpress Printer was originally used to make menus for restaurants. Made and stamped by the Excel Manufacturing Company, it includes its original instructions and a drawer that’s chock full of food-related words on wood blocks.
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This gently used vintage product is in good condition; wear consistent with age.
L 4.50” W 12” H 23.50”
Founded in the winter of 2012 in an old antique shop in Midtown Atlanta, Brick+Mortar is the creation of vintage collector, antiquarian, and Georgia native David Kowalski. In order to ensure a future for items of historical value, David curates his collection carefully, choosing lamps, prints, and furniture that seem to tell stories stretching back generations.