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(Bills of Lading). Bills of Lading - Unused. A folio sheet folded once, making two leaves, with three bills of lading per leaf. [Halifax] : Printed and Sold at the Acadian Office, by James Spike, (1830s). [With vignette to upper left hand corner of a ship at dock with goods on the dock] “Shipped By the Grace of God, in good order and well conditioned, by [...] in and upon the [...] whereof [...] is Master, now lying in This Port, and bound for [...] to say - [...] marked and numbered as per margin, to be delivered in the like good order and condition, at [...] aforesaid, (the Acts of God, the King's enemies, fire, and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers and navigation, of whatever nature and kind soever, excepted) unto [...] or [...] Assigns, he or they paying Freight for the said Goods [...] Primage and Average accustomed. In Witness Whereof, I. The said Masterof the said [...] have affirmed to [...] Bills of Lading, all of this teno r and date; any one of which Bills being accomplished, the rest to stand void. Dated at [...] this [...] day of [...] 183.” A fine example of commercial stationery printing from Halifax, Nova Scotia – two leaves with three unfilled Bills of Lading each – to be cut out when needed. Minor foxing, horizontal crease, else very good to fine. 700.00
Title: Bills of Lading - Unused. A folio sheet folded once, making two leaves, with three bills of lading per leaf.
Publisher: Printed and Sold at the Acadian Office, by James Spike,, 1833,:
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Seller ID: 88481