Colesworthy’s business card is blank on the other side and likely dates to the late nineteenth century.
S. H. Colesworthy, Jr.,
Dealer in Books, Stationery, and Wall Papers, Blank Books, Pocket Cutlery, Plush Goods, &c.
92 Exchange St., Portland, ME.
The name as well as the second to last line are set in Erratick (c.1887). Note the use of “&c” for “et cetera”. “Books, Stationery” and the last line are in a Latin Antique, while “Wall Papers” features Souvenir (1884), an all-caps Latin with curling terminals and a hatched splt shade. The high-waisted caps used for the small intermediate lines are from Outing. Last but not least, the sans at the top might be Gothic No. 122.