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Started by Lindsey B. Last reply by Lindsey B Oct 15, 2009.
Started by xavier (firstname.lastname@example.org). Last reply by xavier (email@example.com) Mar 2, 2009.
Hello, I just joined as well. I am looking for "fur company" related ephemera... "fur companies" that purchased furs, hides, pelts, etc from trappers. Specifically, I am looking for Trap Supply Catalogs, Fur Price Sheets, Fur Shipping Tags, Fur Co. Invoices, Fur Co. business cards, envelopes, stationary, advertising inserts... anything with "fur company" names printed on it!!!
I've added another billhead to my blog. This time around it's an 1888 billhead from the Intercolonial Railway in New Brunswick:
I recently posted a scan of a nice billhead on my blog which I thought you might be interested in checking out. It was from a shop run by the first bootmaker in the Province of B.C., although when he entered business in 1860 it was still the Colony of Vancouver Island. You'll find the blog entry here:
Would anyone ever be interested in a tutorial about preserving ephemera, including billheads?
I have had my collection tucked away for more than 30 yrs and more recent I have tried to organize to some degree and get on the internet to see about selling the document or its likness . I have hand written material dated from 1799 to 1890 and alot of nice printed engraving bill heads . if you have an intrest in my stock get in touch
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