currier and Ives was a printmaking firm based out of New York City from 1834 to 1907.
In “Sleigh Ride,” the narrator is painting a scene so perfect that it could be featured on an iconic currier and Ives print.
The other disciples taunted them with having a father who was a currier; they were obliged to leave.
He settled in Sturbridge, as a farmer, also carrying on his trade of tanner and currier.
The trade of the currier is divided into two or three branches.
He talked about "my carridge," "my currier," "my servant;" and he did wright.
There the currier washed himself, did his hair, and clothed himself in rich garments.
"Naturally so, madam—naturally so," responded currier politely.
The tanner and currier would strongly favour a tax upon leather, while perfectly willing that hides should be admitted free.
If the tanner is not the currier, still stronger liquors may be used.