REMOVAL ! REMOVAL ! / ATLANTA, NOVEMBER 20, 1860 / [followed by 26 lines describing the upcoming move of Rawson, Gilbert & Burr’s move of their hardware business to new premises]. Signed in type at the end “Rawson, Gilbert & Ross.”

Atlanta, Ga: Rawson, Gilbert & Ross [no printer mentioned], 1860. Printed broadside, 9 7/8 x 7 ¾ inches, employing a number of sizes and styles of type, including script and display types. The business advertised “Hardware of Every Description … Swedes, English & American Refined Iron, cast and plow … Nails, Castings, Metals of All Kinds. Leather and rubber belting and packing, Carpenters’ Blacksmiths’, Machinists’, and Manufacturer’s Tools of All Kinds … Agricultural Implements, fine cutlery, guns, &c Also, House-Furnishing Goods … Cook Stoves and Ranges, Parlor and Office Stoves.” Not in Hummel (which records but two broadsides printed in Atlanta prior to the Civil War). Not recorded on OCLC. Old folds lines, a little soiling and foxing. Still a very good example of a nice, small exhibition broadside, printed just prior to the Civil War. Item #67167

Price: $450.00

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