1872 NYC invoice J. M. Young & Co. importers of china and glassware

$23.00 USD

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Large order for China and Glassware placed by H.T. Robbins of Barrington Mass. from J. M. Young Importers of China, Foreign Glassware located at 33 Murray Street New York City.

Total of $51.35!

New York March 13 1872
Mr. H. T. Robbins – Gt. Barrington Mass.
  
Bought of J. M.  YOUNG & CO.,
34 Murray Street, cor. Church
IMPORTERS OF CHINA, FOREIGN GLASSWARE,
“By Bridgeport Boat” Parian Marble, Lava, Fancy Goods & Toys

1/6 Doz Coffee Mustache – Rose
1/6 Doz Coffee Mustache – Green Gold
Medalion Mugs
Silver Salte
Cupid Match Box White
Crayer Figurins
Bureau Sets
Lava Plates
Elephant Lava
Smoker Stands
1/6 doz blue spoonholders
...

Horizontal folds, vertical crease, small tears on some folds. Some staining on edges.

14” x 8 ½”

 

J.M. YOUNG & CO., Importers of China and Glass, Statuary, etc. (1888)

Nos. 37 and 39 Murray Street.-The trade in china and glass ware has attained vast proportions in the city of New York, and the leading establishment in the trade is that of Messrs. J. M. Young & Co., located at Nos. 37 and 39 Murray Street. Messrs. J. M. Young & Co., are importers of all kinds of china and glassware, French, English, and other foreign goods of the finest quality, and in their immense store one can find everything desired in this class of goods. The establishment covers an area of 50x100 feet, and comprises five floors and basement. It is filled with a bewildering assortment of beautiful and brilliant wares, in china and glass, majolica, Bohemian glass, German china, lava, bisquet and parian marble, statuary, etc. Great care has been taken in the selection of these goods, and dealers can always rest assured that supplies obtained from this house will bear the closest scrutiny. Besides their large collection of art goods and elegant china, Messrs. J. M. Young & Co. have also a large stock of the plainer varieties of the best quality, and their business is in all respects a most comprehensive one. It is entirely wholesale in its character, and the trade relations of the firm reach to all parts of the American continent. The firm employ a large number of assistants. This house had its beginning a quarter of a century ago, when it was founded by Mr. J. M. Young, who two years later, took into partnership his brother, Mr. Thomas, Young. Both these gentlemen are natives of Ireland and old residents in Brooklyn and New Jersey. The firm have gained the reputation of keeping the best goods, selling at reasonable prices, having the largest and greatest variety of stock, and being liberal and honorable in all dealings.

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