An old country store display advertising rack for Rit Dye. This is made of wood with metal rods dividing shelves. With dovetailed and dado joints, this case is well constructed. The colorful advertising on the front is cardboard and has couple punched in spots / tears. All Purpose Rit Dye was introduced in 1941 to handle the synthetic types of fabric. This display is from that time period. The boxes of dye were 25 cents. It still shows the complete image. The back side of the rack has all the colors of dye marked for each space. The pine piece measures 23 1/2" tall, 17 1/2" wide and 5 1/2" deep. See pictures as we consider them part of the description.