Nutter, Valantine (New York, NY)
Valentine Nutter* (see also Nutter and Evans)
Bookbinder and Bookseller
Opposite the Coffee-House Bridge
New York 1. 2.
* Hannah French, "Early American Bookbinding by Hand" from: "Bookbinding in America" Lehmann-Haupt ed. 1967. pg.108.
(1773-1790) Catalogue of Ornamental Leather Bookbindings Executed in America
Prior to 1850, by The Grolier Club, pg. 100. Two bindings of Nutter are
1.(1773) New York Gazette, September 6, 1773.
- J. Leander Bishop, History of American Manufacturers, pg. 192.
(1774)Near the Coffee-house, The New York Gazette, September 12, 1774.
(1775) "...for sale, day books, all of his own manufacture, As he continues
to carry on the bookbinding business in all its branches, he hopes for the
continuance of his former customers and the public in general, being
determined to do his work as cheap and good as can be done in this city. Old
books from the country will be done neatly, and returned immediately...' The
New York Gazette, September 24, 1744
British Loyalist who removed to Shelburne Nova Scotia in 1784 only to
return to New York before the end of the century. Shelburne County Museum,
History of New York During The Revolutionary War, By Jones and DeLancey pg
(1791)Bookseller and Stationer, 21 Water street. New York City Directory.
(1791)Bookseller and Stationer, 21 Water Street. New York city Directory.