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Very little is known about this printer. Danforth, Bald & Co. formed in 1850 from Danforth & Hufty; part became Danforth Wright & Co. in 1853; part became Bald, Cousland & Co. in 1853. They were known for their artistic and beautiful vignettes that graced the banknotes at the time. Some of which are shown here.
The printer was one of seven printers that merged to become the American Bank Note Company.
George Baldwin (1803-1872) began as a New york merchant 1830-1846, and a plate printer in 1847. He was with Durand, Baldwin & Co. 1848-1850; Baldwin, Adams & co. 1851-1854; Baldwin, Bald & Cousland 1855-1858; and worked independently 1858-1872.
Die on India, die sunk on card
57 x 74mm
Die essay on India, unmounted
33 x 38mm
Die essay on glazed paper
64 x 70mm
Die essay on india mounted on card
40 x 44mm
Die essay on India mounted on card with full die sinkage
61 x 84mm
Die Essay on India
38 x 46mm
Die essay on bond
Die essay on white glazed paper
56 x 65mm
Die essay on ivory wove paper
Die essay on india , die sunk on card
Die essay on white or ivory glazed paper
64 x 73mm