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  1. Angus (Wm), furniture manufactory LETTER informing client of opening of Manchester branch. Typewritten on large 4to, fine decorative heading printed in brown showing three factories... with... two small 4to sheets, one showing 12 chairs, one with the prices, and a price list for 'Arvon' roll-top desks. 1902. £8.00
    The company was in Finsbury, with factories in Glasgow, Manchester and Finsbury.

  2. Bacon's UP TO DATE ATLAS AND GUIDE TO LONDON Showing Latest Tubes. Price 1s. 27 double-page colour-printed maps, plus tube map. Guide of 18pp at rear, with photographs, plus alphabetical index of streets. Size 7" x 4", pictorial cloth wraps, which are slightly darkened in places, in a couple of the double pages there is a split down the hinge. c1914. £18.00

  3. Baker Street THE PARTICULARS Substantial and Extensive Range of Workshops & Stables being 11, 12 & 13, Dorset Mews West, Baker Street... proximate to a very wealthy neighbourhood... Which will be Sold by Auction... May 9th, 1851. Single sheet, folio, printed on both sides, conditions of sale, memorandum, and docket title on verso. Folded. 1851. £18.00
    No. 12 comprised a large, light workshop with 'Paint and Glazing Rooms' on the first floor.

  4. Bank of England LETTER signed B.G. Babington, addressed on verso of conjoint leaf to 'Wm. Haggard Esq., Bank'. 10 lines in a large hand on 2p., small 8vo. Addressed from 16 Aldermanbury. Asks Haggard about the probable value of the coins in the accompanying box, and the best way to dispose of them. June 6th 1834. £15.00
    Possibly B.G. Babington, the epidemiologist and inventor of medical instruments. William Haggard was Director of the Bank of England.

  5. Brook Street PROBATE of the will of William Bailey, of Brook St., St. Pancras, coachmaker. Large vellum sheet with will, Probate certificate and large papered seal attached. Some slight browning. 1813. £15.00
    Leaves money to the society called 'The Sick Man's Friend' at Tottenham Court Chapel, to be used as a full specially-convened meeting thought fit, as well as property at 4 and 5 Brothers Buildings, St. Mary le Bone.

  6. Camden ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP London Sheet VII.22. Scale 25" to a mile. Size 37" x 25". Water features hand coloured. Right hand edge ragged, small piece torn away bottom right corner, affecting two houses in Charrington Street. Repaired tear 8" into map at bottom left edge. Photozincographed. Published 1895. £45.00
    Shows Regent's Canal Collateral Cut, St. Martin's Gardens, Camden Church, several Piano Manufactories.

  7. Cassell, Petter and Galpin, Pub. LONDON (Western Sheet). Sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Lithographed, size 17" x 25", title along top, border on left. Scale 1 mile = 9". Traces of central fold. London, Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill E.C. 187-. £95.00
    Covers Paddington Workhouse, Lords Cricket Ground, Regents Park Basin, Round Pond in Kensington Gardens. Cassell, Petter & Galpin published between 1858 and 1878, when it became Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co.

  8. Cassell, Petter and Galpin, Pub. CENTRAL SHEET OF THE NEW EDITION of Cassell's Large Nine Sheet Map of London, Scale, Nine Inches to the Mile. Sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Scale 1 mile = 1". Lithographed, size 17" x 25", title as above along top, slight trace of central fold, the word 'London' after 'La Belle Sauvage Yard' has been chipped from the imprint in the bottom margin. London, Published by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, La Belle Sauvage Yard. 187-. £120.00
    Blackfriars bridge is at the centre at the bottom of the plan, The Tower in bottom right corner. Covers Trafalgar Square, St. James Square, British Museum, The Foundling Hospital, St. Pauls', Bunhill Fields, etc.

  9. City of London EMBOSSED CARD showing arms of the city, dragons. Heavily embossed card in bright colour, size 5" x 6", the embossing covering about half of the card, showing top centre a shield with a red hand and 'Registered Trade Mark. Established 1831'. Flanked by gold scrolls and silver city dragons, arms of city on left and another shield with ship and three fleur de lys on right. Some small glue marks in blank area, possibly where a printed card had been pasted. n.d. 1870 £5.00

  10. Crucible Manufacturers ASSIGNMENT of Land Tax upon hereditaments at Battersea... William Vaughan Morgan and others... Crucible Manufacturers to the Morgan Crucible Company. 5p., vellum. Includes Schedule listing land by the River Thames, including Manufactory Yard and Wharf formerly known as the Bolingbroke Oil Works. 7 wax seals. 1890. £10.00
    The company began in 1856 as the Patent Plumbago Crucible Company. They made graphite crucibles at their factory in Battersea.

  11. Earl Grosvenor LETTER signed 'Geo. Ellis', dated Abingdon Street, May 7th 1812. 1p., 4to, blank conjoint leaf with address panel on verso, addressed to Messrs. Baxter and Martin, Furnivals Inn, very large printed black ink '2' postmark. Tipped on to album page, some blue paper from album leaf stuck to address panel. 1812. £20.00
    The writer says there will be a meeting of St. John's Vestry and he wishes to know on what ground Earl Grosvenor claims to be owner of the soil 'over which the old way, which has been diverted & stopped up, passed'.

  12. Enfield, Ponders End, Bush Hill ORDNANCE SURVEY Composite map, scale 25" to 1 mile. Size 16" x 72", two sheets attached together with yellowed sellotape. Covers Golf Course at Bush Hill to River Lea Navigation. Someone has ruled thin red lines around a patch of waste ground below Crown Brick Works. Surveyed 1869. Revision of 1936. £20.00
    Shows numerous factories, smelting works, cabinet works, Royal Nurseries, etc.

  13. Finance LETTER from Donald Davidson 8, Howard Street, Strand, 23 Sept. 1811, to Stephen Phillimore at Kew Foot Lane, Richmond. Thanks him for sending Col. Smith's draft for Mr. Cole's estate and encloses a receipt. 11 lines, 1p., 4to, conjoint leaf with address panel, feint red circular postmarks, and black stamp 'Standard 3py P.Paid'. Pasted down left edge to blue album leaf. 1811. £12.00

  14. Greenwood (C & J) MAP OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, From and Actual Survey, Made in the Years 1819 & 1820. An original decorative full coloured map, size 21" x 24", plus margins. With vignette views of St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey to the lower corners, as well as tables of reference and hundreds. Bottom right hand corner margin missing slightly intruding into the engraved frame, one long tear repaired across lower area of the map passes through one vignette and the Reference to Hundreds has been repaired to verso, there are also repairs to a few marginal tears. Published by the Proprietors C. Greenwood & Co. London, Corrected to the Present Period & Published July 4, 1829. £35.00

  15. Grosvenor Street LEASE of a room at 81 Grosvenor Street, previously used as a Counting House by Henry Earle, John Urell to Edward Gould. Large vellum sheet, two plain wax seals. 1867. £8.00

  16. Holloway DEED OF ENFRANCHISEMENT of hereditaments in St. Mary Islington held of the Manor of St. John of Jerusalem, John Wainwright and others to Robert Enkel. Three vellum sheets, size 20" x 23", coloured plan showing the land at Grove Road on the first sheet, size 13" x 8", 10 wax seals and signatures. 1878. £12.00
    With a brief schedule of deeds from 1845.

  17. Kennington (Manor of) ADMISSION of William Crossweller as Purchaser from the Executors of William Pittman. Refers to houses in Kennington Road and Kennington Place, in the Parish of St. Mary Lambeth. On vellum, 21" x 13". Signed by Steward. 1904. £8.00
    The Manor was 'Parcel of the Possessions of the Duchy of Cornwall in the County of Surrey'.

  18. King's College, London LETTER from R.W. Self(?), Principal, to an unknown correspondent regarding the Resolution of the College respecting a Memorial to Sir Robert Inglis, with remarks on his character. 4p, 8vo. King's College London, Dec. 16, 1856. £10.00

  19. Knight (Charles) EASTERN LONDON Lithographed plan. Size 10" x 14", trace of central fold, and two other vertical folds. Some slight browning down central fold... with... WESTERN LONDON. Covers Primrose Hill, Kensington Gardens, Battersea Park...with... THE ENVIRONS OF LONDON Covers Upper Edmonton, Barking Level, Streatham, Kew. 2" split at central fold at bottom, repaired on verso, two small foxing spots. Three items. London. Charles Knight 90 Fleet Street. (1878). £70.00
    Covers Victoria Park, West India Dock, Blackfriars Bridge. From the book on London by Charles Knight.

  20. Knight (Charles) ENVIRONS OF LONDON Lithographed plan. Size 10" x 14", trace of central fold, split 2" along central fold at bottom edge, neatly repaired on verso. Two small foxing spots. London. Charles Knight 90 Fleet Street. (1878). £40.00
    Covers Richmond, Tottenham, Plumstead Marshes, Northwood. From the book on London by Charles Knight. One of three maps from this publication, the others being 'Western London', and 'Eastern London'.

  21. Lady St. John NOTE unsigned, to a Mr. Strong, dated Weymouth St, Sunday Nov. 2nd. Written in the third person. 7 lines on 4to sheet, blank conjoint leaf with 'Mr Strong' on verso, and trace of impression of a seal. Asks him to call on her at Weymouth Street that day at twelve, or if that's not possible to name a time within the next three days 'but she wishes to see him today'. n.d. c1810? £15.00
    Lady St. John was the daughter of the brewer, Samuel Whitbread. In 1804 there was a lawsuit regarding the inheritance of her children under his will.

  22. Maree family LETTER dated 77 Upper Berkeley Street, July 11th (no year given). 1p., 4to, 26 lines in a bold hand, single sheet tipped on left hand side onto blue paper. Asks recipient to apply to Major Maree, 1 Cumberland Place, for £33, due to a Mrs Mee for some work she has done for the Marees. 'Mrs Maree is one of those ladys who think a polite note quite sufficient... but her husband is rich enough to keep a carriage and they live in a style equal to 3 or 4 thou. a yr.' The signature is illegible. no date. c1830? £18.00

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  23. Millinery HENRY HEATH. YE HATTERIE 106, 107, 109 Oxford St. W. Illustrated brochure, 12pp., 8vo, each page with an illustration of a person wearing a hat. Stiff wraps with no title except 'To Her Majesty' with gilt coat of arms. Inside the front wrap is a list of patrons, topped with a crown, including The King, The Queen, The Prince of Wales, The Empress of Russia etc. Brown silk ribbon ties perished, hence wraps detached from contents (but spine sound). On the back wrap is an illustration of the shop. n.d. c1900. £14.00

  24. Minories PARTICULARS and Conditions of Sale of Two Valuable Leasehold Dwelling Houses with Shops... Nos. 97 and 100 on the West and Most Eligible Side of the Minories... which will be sold by auction.... 8th June, 1852.... 3pp., folio, folds. 1852. £8.00

  25. Needlework INVITATION from H.R.H. Princess Christian of Schleswig Holstein and the Members of the Council of The Royal School of Art & Needlework for 22nd July 4.30 to 7. Presumably to an Exhibition. Card size 5" x 8", gold monogram 'Helena H' with coronet top left. On verso is list of Patrons, Council etc. Crease down centre of card. Invitee's name in manuscript. n.d. c1914? £8.00
    Princess Helena was Queen Victoria's third daughter. The word 'Art' was dropped from the title of the school in 1922.

  26. Newgate Street, City ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT between William Thorn, tobacconist and snuffmaker, of Newgate Street, and Henry Harris of Shadwell, Gentleman for the purchase of his shop on the north side of Newgate Street, with goodwill and stock. 3p., large folio, folded. Signed by both parties with small papered seals. Some small edge tears at folded edge. 1807. £10.00
    Thorn was to instruct Harris 'in the Art or Mystery of the said Trade of tobacconist and snuff manufacturer' and agreed not to set up a business as tobacconist in the next twenty years without his agreement. The business must have been a substantial one as the property was £1570 and the goodwill £1050.

  27. Noton Ltd., Walthamstow LUGGAGE 1956. Catalogue, 31pp., 4to, yellow wraps, numerous illustrations including many in colour. Staples rusty hence some sections loose. 1956. £14.00
    Includes Lizard Grain Range, Taper-Shape Range, leather handbags, vanity cases.

  28. Piano makers TRADE CARD of Augustus Gough & Co., Manufacturers of Wood & Iron Framed Pianofortes, Factory 202B and 202C, Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush. Attractively-printed card, size 3" x 4", together with an Undertaker's invoice for Augustus Gough's funeral, printed heading 4to, a marriage certificate for his daughter, seven cabinet photographs and some carte de visite, Shepherds Bush and other London photographers. Invoice dated 1911. £20.00

  29. Piccadilly BILL of C. Hall, Poulterer & Licensed Dealer in Game, 52 Albemarle St. Small 8vo, printed heading with vignette of pheasant, made out for three (illegible) items. 1846. £10.00

  30. Pollard Engineering Co., Faringdon St. SAFE! Catalogue of Pollard Safety Geysers. 16pp., 8vo, illusts. of geysers, baths etc. Decorative wraps with attractive illustration of railway signal, slightly worn at one corner, some page edges yellowed. Repaired down spine with archival tape. c1930 or earlier. £8.00

  31. Port of London DELIVER TO Col. Campbell the following Goods, sold him by the Honble. Commissioners of Excise at their Sale on the 18th of Jany. 1822 viz.... Small folio sheet headed with three printed lines as above, details in manuscript, followed by listing of 11 Lots with price, totals. Signed by Accomptant, Receiver and Comptroller. Folds, docket title on verso, with a note 'Due to Mr. Trefusis for 4 extra Bottles Madeira at 4s per Bottle'.... together with... RECEIPT for payment to the London Dock Company for 12 weeks rent and Import Rate, 1853. 22nd March 1822 and 1853. £20.00
    Apart from '2lb wax candles' the lots seem to be wine or spirits, as the measure is in gallons, but the item is referred to only as 'no 3' etc. The cost of carriage for lot 994 (35 Galls) is added.

  32. Poupard (Thos. J), Tooley St., London S.E. ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST of Weighing Machines, coal sacks, sack holders, etc. 4pp., folio, printed in red and black. Numerous illustrations of machines. Traces of horizontal folds. c1890. £16.00

  33. Robins's ROYAL WATER FILTERS By Her Majesty's Letters Patent. Sole Office 163, Strand, London, Opposite The New Church. Printed advertising sheet, 4to, printed on both sides, coat of arms at head. 23 lines, plus headings in a variety of type-faces. Gives prices for different filters. On verso are 20 recommendations, and Directions for maintenance of the filter. Small piece torn from top left corner. A couple of small edge tears, traces of folds. n.d. c1850? £34.00
    'I have been disgusted for some time past by the filthy fluid which has been served to my house by the Grand Junction Water Company'.

  34. Royal Automobile Club OFFICIAL RAC MOTORING MAP OF RECOMMENDED ROUTES Into, Out of, Round & Across London. Scale 1 Mile to the Inch. Colour-printed map backed with linen, folding into decorative green endpapers with small image of a car. With Street Index. Front wrap with some slight marking at edges. Size 28" x 31", folding to small 8vo. c1930. £15.00

  35. Royal Commission on London Traffic PLAN SHOWING THE CITY AND SOUTH LONDON RAILWAY Handed in by Mr. C.G. Mott, Chairman of the City of South London Railway, 12th Feb. 1904. Colour-printed plan, scale four inches for one mile, size 25" x 19", plus margins, folded to 8vo. Water features and parkland coloured. Shows City and South London Line in red, proposed extensions with dotted red line, 'Authorised City and Brixton Railway' in blue, 'Other Railways in Direct Communication' in black, and 'Deep Level Electric Railways in direct communication' in a narrow red line with circles. Extends to Clapham Common in the South and St. Pancras in the north, Hyde Park in the west, Western Dock in the East. Prepared and Printed at the Ordnance Survey Office, 1905. £65.00
    Taken from the Report of the Royal Commission Appendix 50. Shows in a dotted line the proposed extension between Angel and Euston.

  36. Royal Commission on London Traffic PLAN SHOWING SUGGESTED CONSTRUCTION OF SUBWAYS in Strand. Handed in by Alderman T.W.L. Emden. 18th December 1903. Plate XXVb. In black and white, size 13" x 22", three vertical folds. Shows The Strand between Duncannon Street and Agar Street, with numbered buuildings on both sides. Below this is section of subway showing pedestrians above ground, carriage, tramway, pipes and passenger subways... with... Plate XXXVc, large section showing cart, motor-car, cyclist etc., and tramways, valust, pipes, passengers below, plus section showing arches etc. A few red ink splashes in blank area at right edge, 3" repaired tear... with... Plate XXXVd Plan showing Outline Suggestion for Station. Plan, showing platforms, track, vaults etc... with... Section Showing Outline Suggestion for Station. Plate XXXVe. 4 items. 1903. £40.00

  37. Royal Commission on London Transport CROSS SECTION OF PROPOSED NEW STREET By Maurice Fitzmaurice, C.M.G. M. Inst. C.E. Three plates, Type A, Type B, Type C. Plans size 13" x 17", each with two vertical folds. Shows road with trees, pipe subways, trolley buses, rails, steel trough decking etc. Plan A also has a plan of the rails. 17th July 1903. £22.00

  38. Sergent Plomber THE VOLUNTARY AFFADAVIT of Thos. Kynaston of Somerset House... Manuscript note of four lines, on sheet of paper size 6" x 7", whereby Kynaston affirms on oath that Jos. Roberts Esq. late Sergt. Plomber to his Majesty died on 10th April 1742. Signed Kynaston, and signed as sworn before him by J. Bromfield. Small piece of paper torn from top left corner with loss of part of a word not in the body of the affadavit which is followed by 'viz'. 1742. £18.00

  39. Simms family GENEALOGY listing the descendants of John and Ann Thresher Simms of London 1761 - 1887. Long vellum sheet, size 3" x 22", listing their children (with spouses) and their grandchildren. Date of birth in column on left, date of death on right. The record would appear to have been written out in the second decade of the 19th century, and then copied - there is a note on the back in the same hand 'Jane Brightwen copied 9 mo. 1840.' Some dates of death have been filled in much later... together with... QUAKER BIRTH CERTIFICATE for the birth on 7th July 1762 in Clerkenwell Close in the Parish of St. James Clerkenwell, of Mary, daughter of John Sims and Ann his Wife. Nine lines printed on vellum, size 5" x 7", with details added in manuscript. Signed by three women witnesses, including the Midwife. Mary's birth is noted in the genealogy above. 1840. £50.00
    Genealogy includes Kenway, Oxley, Brightwen, Olive, Phipps families.

  40. South Kensington, Pimlico etc. PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Leasehold Ground Rents and House Properties situate in Various Parts of London.... to be sold by Auction.... on 6th day of December, 1882. 8pp, folio, some tears at folds. 1882. £12.00
    Includes sale of houses in Paulton Sq., Chelsea, Cavendish Square, Castelnau Villas, Barnes, The Cock Tavern, Hampstead Road.

  41. Southgate IN THE EXCHEQUER Attorney General v. William Watts. Copy Information. Legal case against William Watts, a maltster in Southgate, who had repeatedly 'whetted his barley' without giving notice, or registering the amounts etc., in his book, contrary to the form of the Statute. Manuscript on 9 pages folio, tied with tape at top corner, folded with docket title. 1819. £12.00
    His premises were 'situate out of any city and out of the suburbs of any city', and he was a 'maker of Malt for home consumption and not a compounder for the duties on Malt...'. He had been a Maltster there since 1763.

  42. St. Martin in the Field MEMORIAL to be registered of an indenture.... John Croombes, Bright Smith, and others to John Paragreen. Vellum size 14" x 12". Not signed. Refers to an indenture of 1798, and relates to a messuage in Castle Street, Leicester Square, in the possession of John Paragreen and used as a Public House called The George. 1842. £16.00

  43. St. Martins in the Fields MEMORANDUM relating to an indenture of 1798 between John Croomes of Waltham Green and others, and John Paragreen, Victualler, for the demise of a public house known as the George. On vellum, size 13" x 13", ink slightly faded. Copy, not signed. 1842. £8.00
    The public house was on the west side of Castle Street, Leicester Square.

  44. Stanford's LIBRARY MAP OF LONDON AND ITS SUBURBS Scale 6" to 1 mile. Steel engraved plan. Comprises sheets 6 and 7 and the two sheets to the south, covers Leighton Road, Mildmay Road in the north, Shadwell New Basin in the east, Lambeth Bridge in the south, St. John's Episcopal Chapel in the west. Overall size 25" x 31", plus margins. Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into rubbed marbled endpapers, size 9" x 7". Tear in linen between the two top left sections, some small edge tears in linen at margins where folds meet, a couple of small holes in linen where folds meet. Parks and water features hand-coloured. Small ink splash near St. Paul's Pier, not obscuring text, six central areas outlined in colour, coloured in wash, and lettered with a capital letter in red. Published by Edward Stanford, February 15th 1877. £95.00
    Presumably this is the 'School Board Map'.

  45. Vinters' Company FREEMAN'S DECLARATION AND BYE-LAWS of the Vintners' Company. 2pp., folio, docket title. Printed on pale blue paper. First page with the Declaration and the bade with three tuns, the second page detailing rules regarding selling wines without a licence. Quotes from a bye-law of 10th year George IV ruling that no one can sell wine in a tavern, cellar etc., 'not being a freeman of the said mystery or craft by patrimony or servitude'. Also sets out the required dress of Tackle Porters. c1840. £12.00

  46. Wallis (James) MIDDLESEX (Map) Copper engraved, hand coloured map, size 6" x 10". plus small margins, the boroughs are individually coloured, small amount of feint spotting, small portion of paper adheres to verso, James Wallis, engraver and publisher, London: c.1820. £28.00 (Sanders)

  47. Walters (H.E), Old Kent Road SPECIAL NETT PRICE LIST for Wholesale Trade. H.E. Walters, Manufacturer of Oilskin Clothing, Oil-Dressed Cotton, Tarpaulin Canvas... 20pp., 8vo, with illustrations and prices. 1935. £8.00
    Includes Cabmen's and cyclists' capes, etc.

  48. Weller (E) Engr. ENVIRONS OF LONDON Sheet 7. Covers Greenwich, Dartford, Sevenoaks. Lithographed map on single sheet showing the various railways, size 17" x 12", some outline hand-colouring. Scale 1" to 1 mile. 1863. £14.00
    Part of the map on 8 sheets from 'The Dispatch Atlas'.

  49. Weller (E) Engr. ENVIRONS OF LONDON Sheet 5. Covers Windsor, Esher, Guildford. Lithographed map on single sheet showing the various railways, size 17" x 12", some outline hand-colouring. Scale 1" to 1 mile. 1863. £14.00
    Part of the map on 8 sheets from 'The Dispatch Atlas'.

  50. Weller (Edw.), Red Lion Square, drawn & engraved by LONDON Top central sheet from the nine-sheet map originally published by Edward Weller in the Weekly Dispatch newspaper. Scale 1" = 9". Lithographed, size 17" x 25", large title 'London' along top, in form of a cloth draped over the top border, scale bar along left margin. Traces of central fold, bottom edge trimmed right to neatline, with some slight loss of printed surface along 6" of bottom left edge, amounting to about a quarter of an inch into the surface at its widest part at the bottom of Oakley Square.Shows Islington, Upper Holloway, Camden,.. together with... LONDON (WESTERN SHEET) Covers Regents Park, Berkeley Square, Bayswater, Lord's Cricket Ground. Border on left. 2 items. Published by Cassell, Petter and Galpin, Belle Sauvage Yard. (c1860). £200.00

  51. Willesden LEASE of land messuage and premises at Kensal Rise, known as 15 Liddell Gardens, The Warden and College of The Souls... to Ernest Morgan, builder. Vellum, 3p., large folio, folded, printed, with details in manuscript. Signed with two small wax seals, and the large papered seal, 3" diameter, of All Souls. Some red registry stamps. 1912. £10.00

  52. Wood Green MORTGAGE AND RECONVEYANCE of leasehold messuages Nos. 1,2,3,4,5 in Commerce Road, Joseph Bligh to Maria Shaw. 3 large vellum sheets, wax seals... together with a later Assigment relating to the same properties, J. Shrubsall to Henry West. 2 large vellum sheets, wax seals. 2 items. 1877 and 1882. £14.00

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