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Pike & Garnham, creator.

Pike & Garnham, linen drapers, silk mercers & hosiers : 12, Red Lion Street, Holborn.

Holborn, [1830?]
Physical Description:
1 sheet ; 90 x 70 mm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Eph Hg 35
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Trade card for Pike & Garnham, linen drapers, in Holborn. Engraving of Commerce House at top of card. Included in the engraving are images of ships, a dock, and men unloading cargo.
The firm of Pike & Garnham was dissolved on Feb. 12th, 1831. See: The London Gazette, Friday, February 13, 1831 (page 319)
"Family mourning, &c."
Engraved by Sawyer & Son, Dean St., Soho.
Sawyer & Son traded at this address from 1828-1833.
Todd, W.B. Directory of printers and others in allied trades London and vicinity, 100-1850, page 169.
Subject Terms:
Clothing and dress -- England.
Clothing trade -- England -- Holborn.
Commerce -- England -- Holborn.
Mourning customs -- Great Britain.
Trade cards (advertising)
Printed ephemera.
Engravings -- 1830.
Sawyer & Son, active 1828-1833, engraver.

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