This J. I. Case advertising umbrella was produced in Racine, WI for display in Waterman, IL. J. I Case founded the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. in 1842. This later transitioned to the J. I. Case Company in 1928, and remained under that name until 1984 when the company transitioned once again to its modern name of Case IH.
As the photographs indicate, some damage has been done to umbrella, including what looks like some burn holes or tears. The umbrella measures 54" x 54" and stands 67" tall.
TA - 103611 - 6/16/21
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