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Creator:
W. Woods & Son (London, England), creator.
Title(s):

[Billhead of W. Woods & Son, fancy hardwaremen, London, for equipment purchased by Mr. Treat].

Additional Title(s):

Bot. of W. Woods & Son, general fancy hardwaremen

Published/Created:
London : W. Woods & Son, 1839.
Physical Description:
1 sheet : illustration ; 19 x 20 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Eph Hg 4
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Archives & Manuscripts
Notes:
The engraved billhead features an illustration of the Woods storefront. Engraved by W.H. Leonard, Birmingham.
Completed in pen and black ink.
"Bot. of W. Woods & Son, general fancy hardwaremen, and manufacturers of hooks & eyes, metallic pens, pen holders, pencil cases, ever pointed & Cumberland pencils, metallic holes, snaps, brace belt & stock buckles, elastic wire, steel locks, swivels, &c. chandelier pins, lamp chains, steel rings, buttons, thimbles, castor tops, guard chains, watch keys, &c. &c."
"Warehouse, 76 Newgate Street, London. Manufactory. Newcastle Street. Faringdon St."
"Wholesale & for exportation".
"Palmer's patent metallic candles & lamps".
Records purchases, from January to April, 1839, of "pens on sticks", double blade knives, pencils, bottles of ink, and pens, for a bill totaling £5/6/0. Dated at top: "London. 18[39]". Receipt of payment not recorded. The buyer is identified as "Treat of Boys School."
Subject Terms:
London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Pencils -- Great Britain.
Pens -- Great Britain.
Schools -- Furniture, equipment, etc. -- Great Britain.
Storefronts -- Great Britain.
W. Woods & Son (London, England)
Form/Genre:
Invoices.
Billheads.
Blank forms.
Ephemera.
Financial records.
Advertisements.
Contributors:
Leonard, William Henry, engraver.
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