Although there are many advertising pieces die-cut in shapes there are only a small number the depict the actual product they are advertising. See our other listings for a somewhat similar set of anthropomorphic fruit promoting California Pure Gold Fruit Packers.1880s. Four (4) different die-cut advertising pieces; each in the shape of the product it is advertising. They include a two sided house with asphalt shingles; H.M. Reynolds Asphalt Shingle Co. Grand Rapids, MI, a trade card in the shape of a buggy with a balloon attached promoting Columbus Buggy Co., Columbus OH A die-cut Smith Premier No. 2 Typewriter promoting Mrs. A. L. Whister, a private typing and other business activities instructor. And finally A die-cut single-fold corset promoting Dr. Warner's Caroline Corsets. Promotional information within. The asphalt shingled house measures 4.25 x 5" Minimal wear. Toning on reverse of Columbus buggy card.