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Daveluy, Édouard, 1812–1894

Henry Halvoet & Cie. : negt. en poissons : Edmonds Place, Aldersgate Street, No. 36, city, Londres / Daveluy, Lith. du Roi, Bruges.

Bruges : Édouard Daveluy, [approximately 1840]
Physical Description:
1 trade card ; 11 x 15 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
HD9450 .D38 1840 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
"Expédition à l'Etranger."
"The subtle iridescent colours of these 1840s Belgian trade cards, lithographed on porcelain-coated card, were created by metallic dust which was applied when the glue-based printing ink was still wet. When the hazardous nature of the practice (it is said that the dust contained mercury) was realised in the 1860s, production ceased ..."--A Nation of Shopkeepers. (The Bodleian Library : 2001).
Nation of shopkeepers: trade ephemera from 1654 to the 1860s in the John Johnson collection, 75
John Johnson Collection, Trade Cards 9 (78a)
Archief, Documentatie- en Onderzoekscentrum van het Liberalisme (Ghent, Belgium). Inventaris van de collectie porseleinkaarten, 634
Trade card for Henry Halvoet & Cie., fish merchant in London. The card includes illustrations depicting crab, lobster, barrels of oysters, and four varieties of fish.
Subject Terms:
Fish trade -- Great Britain.
Food -- Great Britain.
Food industry and trade -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Henry Halvoet & Cie.
Porcelain cards (trade cards)
Trade cards (advertising)
Printed ephemera.
Chromolithographs -- 1840-1849.
Henry Halvoet & Cie.
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