1 engraved sheet 10 x 15 cm. "Made & sold by Hogan & Thompson, Successors to Wm. Hyde No. 77 Chestnut Street & No. 50 N. Fourth Street Philadelphia." Undated. James Hogan & Ambrose W. Thompson were in business together as booksellers and stationers from 1832 or 1833 until 1851. In 1839 they took over William Hyde's stationery business at 77 Chestnut St.; they used that address and 30 N. 4th St. in 1839 and 1840. From 1841 to 1851 they used the 4th St. address and 106 or 108 Chestnut St. On this label they advertise: "Account Books of the finest quality together with all kinds of superior stationary suitable to Banking or Commercial purposes, constantly on hand. Books ruled to any pattern, and made in the most durale manner, at the shortest notice. Banks, Public Offices & Merchants, supplied on moderate terms." The label was printed by Draper, Toppan, Longacre & Co. and features the Pennsylvania coat of arms and motto. Scarce. In Very Good- Condition: 1-cm. closed tear from left-hand edge; slightly soiled. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Hogan & Thompson label advertising their ...
Publisher: Hogan & Thompson
Publication Date: 1840
Book Condition: Very Good -
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