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" An uncommonly large, fair, handsome red apple — the form is round, flat at the ends: the skin is a lively red, streaked and spotted with a small portion of yellow : the stalk end frequently of a russet colour, both ends deeply indented ; the stalk very... "
A View of the Cultivation of Fruit Trees, and the Management of Orchards and ... - Page 120
by William Coxe - 1817 - 253 pages
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The American Orchardist, Or, A Practical Treatise on the Culture and ...

James Thacher - Fruit-culture - 1822 - 226 pages
...taken from a tree belonging to an old lady, Mrs. Van Winkle Poveshon." (Mease.) 76. Wine apple, c. " An uncommonly large, fair, handsome, red apple. The...the Philadelphia market. In the state and county of Delaware, it is called the Hays winter ; and in one place in New Jersey, the fine winter, and large...
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The American Orchardist: Or, A Practical Treatise on the Culture and ...

James Thacher - Fruit-culture - 1822 - 226 pages
...to an old lady, Mrs. Van Winkle Poveshon." (Mease.) 76. Wine apple, c. " An uncommonly large, faiiy handsome, red apple. The form is round ; flat at the...the Philadelphia market. In the state and county of Delaware, it is called the Hays winter; and in one place in New Jersey, the fine winter, and large...
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The apples of New York, Volume 1

Spencer Ambrose Beach, Nathaniel Ogden Booth, Orrin Morehouse Taylor, New York (State). Dept. of Agriculture, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station - Apples - 1905
...season from late October to March or April. Coxe published the following description of it in 1817 (i). "An uncommonly large, fair, handsome red apple —...the Philadelphia market: in the state and county of Delaware it is called Hays Winter; and in some places in New-Jersey, the fine Winter, and large Winter...
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The Apples of New York, Volume 1

Spencer Ambrose Beach, Nathaniel Ogden Booth, Orrin Morehouse Taylor - Apples - 1905 - 360 pages
...season from late October to March or April. Coxe published the following description of it in 1817 (1). "An uncommonly large, fair, handsome red apple —...from its spreading form, it does not require much trimming—it is probably as saleable an apple as any sold in the Philadelphia market: in the state...
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