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Turrill, John, creator.
J. Turrill, manufacturer of dressings cases, writing desks, leather travelling cases, work boxes, &c. : 250, Regent Street, near Oxford Street, London.
London : J. Bradley, printer, 78 Great Titchfield Street, [between 1830 and 1840?]
Physical Description:
1 sheet (2 pages) : illustrations ; 15 x 21 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Eph Hg 12
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Advertising handbill for John Turrill, manufactuer at London, with a list of products manufactured on the verso.
John Turrill is listed at this address in various publications throughout the 1830s.
The front bears two wood-engraved illustrations of Turrill's storefront ("Argyll rooms"), depicted before and after the fire of January, 1830.
Subject Terms:
Bradley, J., -- printer.
Cutlery -- Great Britain.
Desks -- Great Britain.
Dressing & grooming equipment.
House furnishings -- Great Britain.
Leather goods -- Great Britain.
Stationery -- Great Britain.
Storefronts -- Great Britain.
Turrill, John, furiture maker.
Fliers (printed matter)
Wood engravings -- 1830-1840.
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