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1909 H. Niedecken Co. newspaper ad
1909 H. Niedecken Company newspaper ad


  H. Niedecken Company Milwaukee Baseball Bats
 
H. Niedecken Company Milwaukee
 H. Niedecken Company Baseball Bat
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MANUFACTURING PERIOD
1900's-1910's

MANUFACTURER
H. Niedecken Company
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

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NOTES:
 
   The H. Niedecken Company was originally founded by Henry Niedecken Sr. in 1847 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was a well respected firm that was a bookbinder and blank-book manufacture. The company later produced and sold, office supplies, office furniture, stationary, and among other items that included toys, decorative china, "Holiday Novelties" druggists' sundries, and Base Ball Goods.

 In 1881 Henry Niedecken Sr. handed over part of the business to his sons Henry Jr. & Edward before his death in 1888. The sons incorporated the business, naming Edward president & Henry Jr. Vice President. The sons explored different business ventures that included, Iron ore mining, Importing, and Edward even held an 1891 patent for a Saw-mill-carriage offset. The next generation of Niedeckens continued to expand the business throughout Wisconsin, Michigan, portions of Iowa and the Northwest.

 The baseball bats feature the "Reliance" anchor logo which also appeared on their blank books, Stationary, tablets, and all paper goods. Inside the double bordered oval reads "TRADE MARK" the bottom. Above the Oval Reliance logo reads "H. NIEDECKEN COMPANY" and 'MILWAUKEE" below. the model number located below the vertical center brand includes model numbers 25, and 65 which has a mushroom knob. The circa 1900's - 1910's dating is approximate to the 1909 newspaper ad pictured in the bottom of the left column.

 
 
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