Two one-page typed letters on the state of the Hog Markets

1865, 1866.

Two one-page TLs, 23.5 x 18.25 each. Letters dated December 12, 1865 and January 17, 1866. Each describe the "unsettled" hog market and increases in prices for "Best Quality", "Fair to Good","Common & Mast Fed", and "Western Dressed" grade hogs. Stahlnecker & Dorman were commission dealers in live and dressed hogs out of New York. Both letters feature fold creases and ink smudges, and the 1866 letter includes small illustration of pigs.

Price: $60.00