Add this patriotic paper coffee cup to your collection, or use it for 4th of July Independence Day party décor!
These paper coffee cups, called a Nestcup, were made in the 1940s by the Sutherland Paper Company in Kalamazoo Michigan. They have a patented fold out set of handles that make holding a hot cup much easier.
The cups feature illustrations of navy ships and bomber airplanes, and was made especially for the military during World War II. Inside the rope and anchor illustration on one side of the cup it says "Save Time, Save America" and on the other side it says "Give 'em the Guns to Get Through". These cups are new, old stock cup and are very rare.
Display the cups at an independence day party celebration - sure to be a conversation piece! If you wanted to, you could place a new plastic cup of the same size inside these paper cups, then fill with pretzel sticks, candies, or other snacks for your party. You could even fill the plastic cup with water and your favorite fresh cut flowers for a patriotic and unique vase. Use the cups to hold Sparklers or small American flags. The plastic cup would act as a liner, keeping the paper cup in good condition. So many clever ways to use and display these cups!
This listing is for one paper cup, but more are available in the listing. Hurry, and get yours before they are gone!
This paper coffee cup with fold out handles is in excellent vintage condition. They are new, old stock and have never been used. The graphics are bright, the handles have not been folded out, and the inside of the cups are clean. There is minor edge wear at the rim of the cups, as shown. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 "Save Time, Save America" Paper Nestcup Coffee Cup
- Product Material: Heavy Paper
- Product Color: Dark Blue, Navy, Ivory (Blue and White)
- Product Dimensions: 3-3/4" tall x 3" diameter at top opening x 2-3/8" diameter at the bottom
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