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Canada Centennial Tablecloth, 1967

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As described by Uncle Bunks Trunk

Honoring Canada's official independence, this cloth features the many highlights of Canada in the 1960s: fishing in Nova Scotia, farming in Saskatchewan, Canadian Mounties, the newly built Nathan Philips Square in Toronto, and more all framed in giant starburst maple leaves.

About the Seller

Uncle Bunks Trunk
Uncle Bunks Trunk

Owner and founder, Leslie Upson, is a long-time vintage linen collector. Her passion for particular items - whimsicals, souvenirs, and midcentury design - is reflected in what she sells. Most items (barring mint condition) have been carefully restored by her: hand washed, line dried, and carefully pressed. This is a labor of love: finding old treasures new homes.

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Product Information

Materials:
cotton/rayon
Size:
50" L x 43" W
Color/Finish:
blue/orange/multi
Care:
machine-washable; on delicate cycle and line dry