Larger F&F Mold Die Black Americana Aunt Jemima Salt Shaker

Larger F&F Mold Die Black Americana Aunt Jemima Salt Shaker

According to Antique Trader's Black Americana (2nd ed.), F&F Mold & Die produced its figural hard plastic Aunt Jemima and Uncle Moses salt and pepper shakers in two sizes, 3-1/2" and 5-1/4". This fabulous Black Americana treasure features Aunt Jemima in the larger form.

If you're needing both shakers, you're in luck -- you'll find I've listed Uncle Moses separately in consideration of the shopper who may already have one, now needing only the other.

This Aunt Jemima is original from the late 1940s / early 1950s, and certainly looks fabulous after all these years, coming from an estate in which a number of Black Americana items were well-preserved, many appearing to have never even been used. Measuring at 5-1/8" high and complete with original stopper, she has a couple of very minor rubs in the original paint, but that's it. Embossed "Aunt Jemima" at the back, lower edge of her skirt, and the underside bears the raised marking of "F.&F. - Mold & Die Works - Dayton, Ohio" "Made in U.S.A."

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