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RARE Antique 1892 TEXAS COTTON BOOK Ledger ☆ Waldeck Texas Fayette County 11x17
Galveston, Texas: RARE Antique 1892 TEXAS COTTON BOOK Ledger ☆ Waldeck Texas Fayette County 11x17 Fantastic Texas and Fayette County History from the time when Cotton was King Lot includes a laid in trade card from Harrison & Rudd an Evansville, Indiana Jeans Manufacturer - Mailed to Waldeck, Tex. and Postmarked JUL 13 1893 A beautiful front cover label with a large superimposed red "1": The TEXAS COTTON BOOK For Merchants and Country Buyers Published By Clarke & Courts, Stationers, Printers, Lithographers And Blank Book Manufacturers, 214, 216, 218, 220 Tremont St., Galveston, Texas. Copyrighted 1881, by Wm. Terry & Co. Copyright purchased by Clarke & Courts, 1885. Listed Cotton Purchases include a "who's who" of Fayette County Area Cotton Gin Owners with names including: Weikel, Ascher, Matejowsky, O'Bar, Fiedler, Luecke and Others... Ledger has 42 double-sided pages and is fully used (end pages and a couple of internal pages are blank) - no tears or missing pages - lists cotton purchases and sales from 1892-1894 In Exceptional Antiquarian Condition - 1/2 Leather Bound with Marbleized Boards and Page Edges - Binding Holding Well - Museum Worthy Only one other example found for sale - in poor condition and listed at twice the price Dimensions (Ledger): 11.5"W x 17 1/8"H x 3/8"D Dimensions (Trade Card): 9"W x 4"H History in a Pecan Shell Count Ludwig Joseph von Boos-Waldeck is the community's namesake. The count was head of a German Immigration Society when that organization bought the site in 1843. First known as Long Prairie, Texas, a post office was opened under that nam … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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