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T. Daft & Son (Birmingham, England)

T. Daft & Son, manufacturers of metallic hot-houses and every description of horticultural buildings : and copper sashes, sky lights, fan lights, &c. : Livery Street, near Colmore Row, Birmingham.

Birmingham : T. Daft and Son, approximately 1850.
Physical Description:
1 trade card : lithograph ; sheet 14 x 15 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
SB416 .D34 1850 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Thomas Barnabas Daft (1816-1878) was an iron founder and manufacturer of metallic hot houses, maker of philosophical appartus, and manager of an India rubber works. See: Boase, F. Modern English biography.
"On the most improved principles, and at very reduced prices."
"W. Daniell, lithog., 88 New St., Birmm."
Lithographed trade card for T. Daft and Son. With illustrations of hothouses and windows by Daft.
Subject Terms:
Architects and builders -- Great Britain.
Building -- Great Britain.
Building trades -- Great Britain.
Greenhouses -- Design and construction
Greenhouses -- Great Britain.
Skylights -- Great Britain.
T. Daft & Son (Birmingham, England)
Windows -- Great Britain.
Lithographs -- 1850.
Trade cards (advertising)
Daniell, William (Lithographer), lithographer.
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