1871 Miss S.j. Gedney Monteau Dressmaker Greenwich Village Ny Bill Head


1871 Miss S.j. Gedney Monteau Dressmaker Greenwich Village Ny Bill Head

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1871 Miss S.j. Gedney Monteau Dressmaker Greenwich Village Ny Bill Head :
$35


Original letter head invoice of “Miss S.J. Gender, Importer and Manufacturer of Robes and Manteaux (Monteau), No. 29 East Tenth Street, or Brevoort Place, Between Broadway and University Place” (Greenwich Village, NY,) to Miss M.E. Pike, dated April 20, 1871. 2 pgs, on one sheet, 14” X 8 1/2”.

IN VERY GOOD CONDITION! There are a few small blank edge imperfections. We unconditionally warrant, without time limit, the authenticity of this 1871 S.J. Gender letter head invoice. We have been dealing in historical newspapers and fine documents since 1974 DBA "Historical Newspapers and Journals". 10 day return privilege. Item will be carefully protected in flat cardboard packaging. Buyer pays Priority Post. Illinois residents add 10.25% sales tax.


1871 Miss S.j. Gedney Monteau Dressmaker Greenwich Village Ny Bill Head :
$35

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