[FURS] [BROADSIDE] 1883. - Season - 1884. / Price Current / of / American Furs and Skins, / (For No. 1 Skins, Unless Otherwise Described,) / Paid By / Herzig Brothers / Importers and Exporters of Furs and Skins, / Dealers in Deer, Elk, Antelope, and Goat Skins, Ginseng, Seneca, and Snake Roots / [followed by nine tables giving prices to be paid for skins from various eastern and southern states].

[FURS] [BROADSIDE] 1883. - Season - 1884. / Price Current / of / American Furs and Skins, / (For No. 1 Skins, Unless Otherwise Described,) / Paid By / Herzig Brothers / Importers and Exporters of Furs and Skins, / Dealers in Deer, Elk, Antelope, and Goat Skins, Ginseng, Seneca, and Snake Roots / [followed by nine tables giving prices to be paid for skins from various eastern and southern states].

NY: Herzig Brothers, 1883. Broadside, 11 x 8 1/2 inches, employing several sizes and styles of type. In addition to animals one might expect to be represented, the company would pay ten cents each for house cat skins from New York, Vermont, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, and North Indiana; best prices were for bear and otter skins. Folded; some light browning, but very good. Item #47014

Price: $125.00

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