Paris's original rag, bone & metal warehouse : the black doll with four faces : 4, Prospect Row, Walworth Road, 2 doors from Hewitt's, Fishmonger.
- Additional Title(s):
Origin of the Black Doll
- [London] : S. Williams, Printer, Willow St., Westminster, [approximately 1833?]
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet ( page) : illustrations ; 25 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsHD9975.G7 P37 1833 BoxYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- "Established 1833".
"H. Paris, grateful for past favors he has received, and trusts by giving the highest prices and just, weight, he will receive their favors."
"One half-penny a pound for bones. 2d, per. lb for Kitchen Stuff. 4d. per lb. for dripping."
Title at top of broadside: "The origin of the Black doll" which is accompanied by a poem describing how the doll came to be along with a woodcut image of a black doll.
- Subject Terms:
- Advertising -- England -- London -- 19th century.Black dolls -- England -- London.Rags -- England -- London.Waste products -- England -- London -- 19th century.Williams, S. -- Printer.
Woodcuts -- [approximately 1833?]
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H. Paris (Firm), Paris's original rag, bone & metal warehouse , [approximately 1833?]
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