|Presented for sale by Phil Barber, Cambridge, Mass. 02139 Telephone (617) 492-4653|
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[Prov., R.I.]. A small vignette of a train adorns this attractive railroad bill of lading. Printed form with MS entries describing goods accepted for shipment to Boston, from quite early in the history of American railroading. 8½" x 7"; VF, small inkstain at fold . . . . 4.95
, 1870's. [Fall River, Mass.] Handsome memento of America's great riverine and coastal steamboat trade, a printed Bill for goods transported, with entries and the name of the steamship filled in by hand. Nice condition, uncommon. 8vo, fine . . . . 4.50
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