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James Pain Catalogue 21


 Letter from James Pain & Sons to those who are potential customers concerning the quality of the fireworks being sold, which are stated to be "superior" to any other kind sold elsewhere. The letter goes further on to say that those wishing to buy the fireworks should do so as early as possible, as those who are first will be able to readily purchase the stock of fireworks Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information

   



MANHATTAN BEACH FIREWORKS
NEW YORK

APRIL 18

In submitting our price list of Fireworks specially prepared for private exhibitions we beg to asssure our patrons that every article is of the same quality as used by us at our Exhibitions at Manhattan Beach, and other parts of the United States, and in Europe. This is the first season we have offered this class of Pyrotechnics to the American Public, and when once used, their marked superiority to any other make will be apparent and pronounced. The quantity offered must necessarily be limited, and it is requested that orders will be submitted to us as early a date as possible, as those first arriving will receive priority in being executed.
Every article bears complete and distinct directions for Firing.

James Pain & Sons




ID:
acca025

Creator:
James Pain & Sons

Notes:
A letter from James Pain & Sons displaying the letterhead of "Manhattan Beach Fireworks, New York". Displayed in brown print

Date:
1889-04-18

Collection Location:
Allegany County Library

Original Size:
30.5cm x 25cm

Subject:
Pyrotechnists; History (Md.)

Coverage:
Eastern United States, 1889

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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