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Colorful citrus packing labels once adorned every wooden box of oranges and lemons that were shipped to market. The practice of pasting paper labels on boxes began in Southern California in the 1880s to identify and advertise citrus fruit to the trade. Easily recognizable with catchy brand names, the labels helped growers, packers and shippers market their products across the United States. The age of labels came to an end during the 1950s when the traditional wooden box gave way to the preprinted cardboard carton. Thousands of citrus labels were destroyed, leaving just a few pieces of vintage art to remind the world of a uniquely American marketing tool. Those labels that have survived are collectibles.

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