Racine-Sattley Company

The Racine-Sattley Co. – Racine, Wisconsin
Racine-Sattley wagons – By 1904, the company was a little over a quarter century in age. Their capacity was shown as 50,000 vehicles annually. 60% of their total production was devoted to carriages. 20% was reserved for farm wagons and another 20% was filled by other wagon styles.

Racine-Sattley Line advertising button. This button is tiny — 7/8″ across (22 mm)
Reverse of the Racine-Sattley Line button. “The Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J. Allied Printing, Trademark Council. Patented July 17, 1894, April 14, 1896, July 21, 1898.”
From the 1906 Racine City Directory

In Wikipedia’s page on Ernest W. Lewis, jurist in Arizona:
In Arizona Power Company v. Racine-Sattley Company, 13 Arizona 283 (1911), the plaintiff had ordered some wagons and they were delivered 15 days late. Lewis found the defendant’s liability was limited as he had not prior information on the level of damages the late delivery would produce.