Wool / Carding. / The undersigned would respectfully inform / the citizens of Clay and adjoining counties, / that they will be prepared to CARD WOOL / by the 1st of May. ... / [followed by 19 lines further explaining the word and services of the company]. Signed in type at the end "Corbin, Everett & Jaggar. / Liberty Mills, April 26, 1861."

Wool / Carding. / The undersigned would respectfully inform / the citizens of Clay and adjoining counties, / that they will be prepared to CARD WOOL / by the 1st of May. ... / [followed by 19 lines further explaining the word and services of the company]. Signed in type at the end "Corbin, Everett & Jaggar. / Liberty Mills, April 26, 1861."

Liberty Mills, (MO): Corbin, Everett & Jaggar, 1861. Printed broadside, 17 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches, employing several sizes of type, including large display types, the whole enclosed within an ornamental border. Work shall be done promptly, and in a WORKMANLIKE MANNER. [We] expect to be prepared in season to do COUNTRY WEAVING, such as three and four leaf Janes, Linseys, &c. ... also, flour and corn meal always on hand to sell or exchange for grain." This copy appears to be a proof, with several editing marks in ink. Not recorded on OCLC. Corners chipped, laid down on archival paper; a good example. (#5046). Item #58096

Price: $600.00

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