1882 Two Letters Signed with Related Ephemera, From Diamond State Spring Works, Wilmington, Delaware Regarding the Resolution of a Bankruptcy and Payments
(Americana - 19th Century - Manuscript - Business History - Diamond State Spring Works)

Wilmington Delaware: Not Published, 1882. F Two letters dated Feb. 11th & Feb. 14th, 1882 on illustrated Diamond State Spring Works company letterhead, acknowledging payment of a debt:"...I am exceedingly gratified to learn that the securities held by you have become so available that you are again on your feet "using the common phrase" and that you are able to pay in full ...." signed by executive of the company, James P. Hayes. Approx. 8" x 10 1/4" size, on decoratively printed notepaper with small vignettes of the company offerings at top (with) (2) checks affixed at side edges, made to the McAnerney & Co. and to J. P. Hayes (with) a printed sheet dated in ms. 1879. This is a notice regarding the insolvency of John McAnerney and Henry St. George Offutt, the firm of John McAnerney & Co. and its assignment to Bentley D. Hassell for the benefit of the creditors, of which Diamond State Co. was one. Witnessed by H.P. Bowers & James P. Hayes with a small red seal. Old paper tape residue at sides; light wear to all; in very good condition; interesting 19th century business and banking history ephemera. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 26356)


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