Uncanny Artist Ephemera and Objects for Artists and Collectors
  • 10 Vintage Business Letters

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    This item consists of 10 Vintage Business Letters: a 1926 blue and red carbon copy letter in French from Minerva concerning a collaboration for the magazine (10.75"x8.375" on onionskin letterhead); two 1925 letters from T.A. Firth, Yukon Territory, Canada concerning return of bear skins and an old fur coat and the sale of a phonograph and potatoes (11"x8.5" on velum letterhead); a 1925 letter with stamped envelope from E. Ewers of Seattle, Washington with probate concerns (11"x8.5" on onionskin paper); a 1946 letter from The Continental Insurance Company, Chicago, Illinois about a loan to buy a new car (11"x8.5" letterhead); a 1943 printed thank you letter for the success of Merced Day Camp from the San Francisco Girl Scout Council, Inc. (11"x8.5" letterhead); a 1955 letter and stamped envelope from D.J. Rothenberger, M.D., Mentone, California concerning an aborted baby that was to be adopted (11"x8.5" on letterhead); a 1922 letter from Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. Ltd., London, concerning the Chauve Souris blotter (10.25"x8" on letterhead with map); a 1932 letter from Wilder's Bookshop, Boston, Mass. concerning an 1842 newspaper for a collector with a typed request on back (6.25"x8.375" on letterhead); and a 1922 carbon copy schedule of prints from Donald MacBeth and Artists Illustrators Ltd., London (9.25"x7.75" on letterhead).  Letters have stamped or handwritten signatures.  These 10 Vintage Business Letters are in Good to Very Good condition.  Two have edge tears.  One envelope has staining, while the other has penciled map and doodles.  Ideal for use in collage or assemblage.