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The Piker and World's fair guide an accurate account of the exposition, preliminary programme, Olympic games and world's championship contests (1904) (14595066810) Funsten Bros. & Co

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The Piker and World's fair guide an accurate account of the exposition, preliminary programme, Olympic games and world's championship contests (1904) (14595066810) Funsten Bros. & Co

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Identifier: pikerworldsfairg00elli (find matches)
Title: The Piker and World's fair guide ... an accurate account of the exposition, preliminary programme, Olympic games and world's championship contests ..
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Ellis, W. W., (from old catalog) comp
Subjects: Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
Publisher: St. Louis, Mo., National publishing co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress



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Copyrighted by Funsten Bros. & (o. WORLDS FAIR HANDY GUIDE. 133 The cuts on the preceding page, and these remarks, are intended toassist those who do NOT understand the BEST way of preparing furs formarket. Trappers and those who DO understand need no advice from us. No- 1.—Square Handled Coon. This is one of the best shapes for coonfrom any and all sections. Coon should never be cased, but taken offOPEN, as shown by cut. No. 2.—Black Skunk. Very few skunk are entirely black, so the littlewhite spot on top of the head does not keep it from being classed as black. No. 3.—Short Stripe Skunk. No. 4.—Narrow Stripe Skunk. No. 5.—Brdad Stripe Skunk. No. 6.—Coon. The style of handling which is used a good deal by theIndians is known as the Territory style and is very popular with allfurriers. No. 7.—Marten, which should be cased.No. 8 —Wolverine, which should be open.No. 9.—Otter, which should be cased as cut shows.No. 10.—Bear Skin, which should be open.No. 11.—Lyn

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