New York: New York Market, circa 1890s.
Small octavo, 32 pages. A practical handbook for the proper shipment of goods including produce, meats, and poultry for sale at the New York Market. Advice includes regulations regarding marking and shipping of packages; shipping in ice; methods of killing poultry; selection of spring lambs; customary care for hops and honey; and uniform selection of apples and pears, among other items and rules. Apple section (page 30) is crossed out. In yellow, titled wrappers with slight age wear, otherwise very good.