Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Looks like 1867 was a banner year for well known western merchants to trademark their products.
Joseph Walker and Louis Lacour trademarked their wares in January of that year.
The Connelly Bros., James McEwin, Mercado & Seully, the Wormser Brothers and Dr. Grattan make up a who’s who of western merchants that filed trademarks in 1867.
I’ll bet you didn’t know that HHH stood for Horseman’s Hope Horse Medicine. I sure didn't.

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