C.J. FELL & BROTHER, 64Sth Front St. Philadelphia. Manufacture and have for sale: . Phila. Printed in Colors by Herline & Co. . Chromolithograph, 18-3/4 x 16 inches. Chipping to margins, loss to one word in upper right corner, else very good. Not in Wainwright. Philadelphia on Stone 74. Advertisement containing a view of the Fell & Brother's factory near Wilmington, Delaware, and vignettes of eight varieties of spice plants including, cinnamon, pepper, cloves, mustard, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, and cocoa. Other pictorial elements depict a female figure, holding a plant, flanked by American flags and a shield bordering the factory view, as well as scroll and floral embellishments. The types of spices and other products manufactured by the company are listed along the right and left borders. Plant vignettes identified and described in "Guide" on verso. Jonathan Fell purchased the spice-grinding factory near Wilmington in 1828. Published in Colton's Atlas of America (New York, 1856).