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Image for [Ephemera] [Merchants] Hollander & Prechtel: Importers of Toys and Fancy Goods, Baltimore, 1878

[Ephemera] [Merchants] Hollander & Prechtel: Importers of Toys and Fancy Goods, Baltimore, 1878

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Publisher: 1878

Seller ID: 09923

Condition: Good


8 X 10 single sheet, ruled paper with four fold marks. Slight discoloration (mottled white areas), possibly from insects. Written in a language other than English (German?). The company was located at 29 Hanover Street in Baltimore. This letter is dated February 13, 1878. View more info

Image for [Ephemera] [Legal] Handwritten, Signed Letter from Baltimore Attorney Charles A. Boston to Simons & Siegel of Charleston, South Carolina

[Ephemera] [Legal] Handwritten, Signed Letter from Baltimore Attorney Charles A. Boston to Simons & Siegel of Charleston, South Carolina

By: N/A

Price: $50.00

Publisher: 1888

Seller ID: 09924

Condition: Very Good


6 X 9.5 single sheet with two fold marks. Faint paper clip mark and some browning noted on the verso. Still, clean and sharp. Letterhead for attorney Charles A. (Anderson) Boston of Baltimore to Simons and Siegel, a Charleston, South Carolina law firm. The handwritten, signed letter is dated August 3, 1888 and serves notice that a Mr. F.G. Behre's proposition is withdrawn for want of a reply to Mr. Boston's previous letters to the firm concerning the matter. Boston (1863-1935) was a graduate of Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland. He had a practice in Baltimore before leaving in 1888 ... View more info

Image for 1904 Letter on Geo H Sweet Beechlands Farm Letterhead, Aurora, New York, Featuring Champion Jersey Cows

1904 Letter on Geo H Sweet Beechlands Farm Letterhead, Aurora, New York, Featuring Champion Jersey Cows

By: Sweet, George H.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: 1904

Seller ID: 10179

Condition: Good


Single sheet (8x11 inches) with fold marks (folded 3 times), a couple of one-inch+ edge tears, and some light smudges. Reverse side blank. Geo. H. Sweet Beechlands Farms in East Aurora, NY. Letterhead for Beechlands Farm featuring black and white photo images of three of the world's champion Jersey cows: Gertie of Glynllyn, 74474; Ida Marigold, 32615; and Pride's Olga 4th, 96870. Typed, signed letter from George H. Sweet to Mr. Franklin D. Locke of Buffalo, NY. Content references an enclosed letter (not present with this item) by a professor at a college in Cleveland that his father held in hi... View more info