File:A page from the stock book of C. W. Martin & Sons Ltd., Fur traders in London, 1878.jpg

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English: Caption: A page from the stock book of C. W. Martin & Sons Ltd.. Fur traders in London, Great Britain. Maybe from a German office (prices in Mark, German customers)?
May 1878.
1. L. Michelet
20 Hair Seals raw
1. Steidel, Stettin
10 Blueback Extra
1. Max Weiss
10 Bluebacks No 1
1. G. Kretschzmar, Maern
10 Blueback Extra
1. Samuel Heidelberg
30 Blueback No. 1
2. Blumhardt
9 Hair Seals dy bl.
3. Sipler, Strassburg
10 Bluebacks Extra
4. Sigm. & Alec Engel
20 Blueback No. 1

6. Moritz Heidelberg
50 No. 1
50 Extra
100 Blueback
[?] B. Grünhut
70 No 1
10 Extra
20 Extra
100 Blueback
25 x
25 No. 1
50 Whitecoats dy bl.
7. Schneider
10 Hair Seals raw
11. S. Saffee
10 II C.
10 D
20 Lust [= lüstrierte] Fur Seals
11. Robert Schlesinger [from Görlitz? see [1]]
10 Hair Seals raw
30. Revillon Freres
25 Sea Otter Cub topped
Date
Source Cut from an unknown British fur journal (1964?) / collection Francis Weiss / now collection G. & C. Franke
Author C. W. Martin & Sons Ltd.
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