Publication: Printed for H K & F R Thurber & Co, nd (ca 1878), New York
3 1/2" x 6 1/8" colored, stiff wrappers, folds out to 7" x 6 1/8," 4 pp. 16mo. Thurber Company was a wine merchant that was trying to sell wine from the estate of Dr. R. T. Underhill, who had developed grapes varieties and in turn had produced wine that was free from additives such as drugs, liquor, or water. Dr. Underhill died in 1871 and the entire vintage of 1860 through 1870 were held as reserve stock while his heirs settled their differences. Time pasted and the Thurber Company acquired the entire vintage stock and was offering it for sale. "No wines newer than the above are on sale the manufacturer of wine having ceased with the death of Dr. Underhill in 1871 since which the grapes have been marketed." Fine copy.
Inventory Number: 27714