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Title(s):

[Trade card for The London Hotel].

Published/Created:
London : Engraved and Published by C. & E. Layton, 1862.
Physical Description:
1 trade card : engraving ; 13 x 9 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
GT384.G7 L66 1862 Box
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Copyright Status:
Public Domain
Classification:
Books
Notes:
"The London. Frederick Sawyer, Proprietor, 191 Fleet St. E. C. near Temple Bar. Saywer's famous London dinner served in the spacious saloon on the second floor from 2 until 8 o'clock. On Sundays from 4 until 8 o'clock. Consisting of 2 soups, 2 fish, 2 entrees, joints, 2 sweets, vegetables, bread, cheese & salad at a fixed charge."
On verso are engravings, with descriptive text, of two buildings. The first one is that of the Crystal Palace, Sydenham, designed by Sir Josph Paxton. The second is a South front view of the Building for the International Exhibition of 1862.
Subject Terms:
Crystal Palace (London, England) -- Pictorial works
Hotels -- England -- London -- 19th century.
International Exhibition (1862 : London, England) -- Pictorial works.
London Hotel (London, England)
Form/Genre:
Trade cards (advertising)
Advertisements -- Hotels.
Advertising cards.
Menus.
Engravings -- 1862.
Contributors:
C.& E. Layton, publisher, engraver.
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