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Title: American properties and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
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remained com-paratively undisputed. According to details there was apottery at Lowestoft in operation from 1756 till 1803. Butto this factory, which was a tiny one, Mr. Chaffers ascribedan output higher than that of virtually all the other Englishfactories place together. The predicament of Lowestoft, its close to-ness to other potteries, all of which were producing soft-pasteporcelain with blue and white decoration, would appear toindicate that the ware created there would be of related char-acter. So late discoverieshave proved, for inside thepast two years molds andspecimens of porcelain havebeen discovered which areexactly what may well havebeen expected. Simpleshapes, soft-paste porcelain,polychrome or plain bluedecoration. In this report, however,we are dealing with thatware which for so manyyears d e 1 i g h t ed the col-lectors heart beneath the nameof Lowestoft, and w h i c hwas hard porcelain, Orientalin character, but charminglydecorated. It is the selection 194 AMERICAN Houses AND GARDENS May possibly, 1907

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2—Punch Bowl and Table Service with the armorial decoration which is most sought now, andthough the heraldic decorations to be discovered in this countryare distinctly much less ornate than those identified in England, stillenough are to be met with right here to maintain the student ofheraldry fairly busy in order to decipher the devices. It was the style throughout the entire of the eighteenthcentury to ornament household belongings with coats-of-arms, as could be noticed on the splendid old silverware of thetimes. The china followed suit, and practically each and every ship ofthe East India Trading Company, the Dutch East IndiaCompany, and the stout ships which went round the Hornfrom our personal seaports, carried patterns to the Orient. Notonly this, they no doubt carried examples of English pottery,of Staffordshire as effectively as of choicer tends to make, so that theChinese artist could copy in his own style the style ofwork in vogue at the time in England. Really charmingly,as well, did the Celestial artist treat these tiny sprigs and KALEVI

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Identifier: BuildingWithAssurance
Title: Creating with assurance
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Morgan Woodwork Organization
Subjects: woodwork — catalogs domestic architecture — catalogs furnishings — catalogs Division 06 Division 12 wood posts and columns wood stairs wood railings base and shoe moldings exterior wood door frames wood door and window casings dining tables and chairs lamps couchws and loveseats art glass
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everal designsand sizes and is furnished to be constructed into arecess or at right or left hand corner. Wher-ever possible, the bathroom should be arrangedso that the provide and waste fittings for thetub can be concealed in the side of the partition. Shower Bath The exhilarating pleasure and conveniencederived from a shower bath has produced it anecessary component of the gear of a completebathroom. Shower bath units are constructedin a excellent assortment of designs and sizes. Themixing valve, controlling the temperature ofthe water with a lever, enables the user im-mediately to get any temperature desired. In many homes exactly where it was after consideredsufficient to have only a bath tub, showerbaths are now becoming installed with the bath tub.The shower head is adjustable, so that thespray of water is directed as desired, and canbe prevented from wetting the hair. Thebuilt-in shower has a shampoo, so that womenneed no longer contemplate washing their hair anordeal, when this fixture can be so readily and

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182 ^ ^^^ inexpensively installed over the side of a constructed-in bath tub. The ordinary property variety boiler will supplyonly a limited quantity of hot water, and itstemperature quickly declines to a minimum.For this reason, and for the greatest service, aninstantaneous gas heater is suggested withas direct a connection to the shower as attainable.In this way, a sufficient quantity of hot wateris ^supplied and it has the added advantage ofbeing continual and even in temperature. Lavatories The manufacturers are producing a widevariety of dCvSigns and sizes of lavatories, orwashstands, to suit each individual taste andrequirement. The pedestal lavatories of enam-eled iron or vitreous china are considerablyin demand for the much better class of residencework, and this type, with plain straight linesand basic style, is most common. A featurebeing adopted quite generally is the Combina-tion Water Provide fitting, which consists oftwo china deal with controls for the hot and coldwater, supplying the mixed temp

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Title: Constructing with assurance
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Morgan Woodwork Organization
Subjects: woodwork — catalogs domestic architecture — catalogs furnishings — catalogs Division 06 Division 12 wood posts and columns wood stairs wood railings base and shoe moldings exterior wood door frames wood door and window casings dining tables and chairs lamps couchws and loveseats art glass
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swung to the side and out of the way, whileworking in the sink. Culinary Table A snow white tough table with out legs.This table is not a plumbing fixture, but apiece of kitchen furniture. It is created ofporcelain enameled iron (the identical materialused in the kitchen sinks and constructed-in bath-tubs), created all in a single piece without having a crackor crevice. A single side is made perfectly level^—the other side has a slight depression, so thatthis element makes an ideal mixing place. Thetable is fastened to the wall by powerful invisiblehangers, by means of which the table can beset at any desired height. Laundry Trays The appropriate plumbing equipment for thebasement or laundry space consists of a battery of trays^two, preferably three tubs—made ofwhite enameled iron or vitreous china, withwringer bases. Trays made of this materialretain their colour and finish and are the mostsanitary. More affordable trays of composition ma-terial (stone, slate, and so forth.) do notpresent as desirable an appear-ance, nor do they combine th

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Title: How to paint : an instruction book with full description of all the components needed.
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: A.S. Aloe Organization.
Subjects: Artists’ supplies–Catalogs Painting–Method Fountain pens–Catalogs Pyrography–Equipment and supplies–Catalogs China painting–Equipment and supplies–Catalogs Trade catalogs–Artists’ materials Trade catalogs–Fountain pens Trade catalogs–Pyrography–Equipment and supplies Trade catalogs–China painting–Equipment and supplies.
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ation of artistic taste. Our Outline Pictures for painting, by leading artists, will place in the hands of parents reallyartistic styles, with basic arrangements of colour, by signifies of which, from the very first step, thechild will lay the foundation of a true artistic perception. It is intended to incorporate in these problems a selection of figures, animals, landscapes, flower-piecesand decorative operate. Even young children of a larger development will derive not a tiny pleasure and profit from the stud)- ofthese outlines. Put up uniformly, in attractive portfolios, size 7x9J2 inches, each and every containing nine pictures,like 1 colored as an example, with directions for coloring. The following series are now ready: No. 1. Children (single figures). No. two. Youngsters (groups). No. three. Flowers. No. four. Children. No. 5. Farm Scenes. 3186a Price tag, per portfolio Fo. G. Children at Operate. No. 7. Children at Play. No. eight. Type Children. No. 9. Figures from Mother Goose. .. 25 THERMOMETERS FOR MOUNTING ON PLUSH, And so forth.

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No. 3187. „ , „ ^ Every, Per doz. 3187 Inches, two and two &gt^ 10 20 Inches, 3 and three^four ten 1 20 Inches, four, 41^ and 5 15 180 HOW TO PAINT. 301 MISCELLANEOUS—Continued.FRAMES, Photographs, MATS, And so on. We are in a position to furnish gold, bronze, composition and natural wood frames overthree hundred rich and lovely styles, and quote you costs reduced than any house in the West. ALL-GOLD FRAMES. We wish to contact }Our consideration to the superior good quality of our gold frames, getting the bestmade in the industry. We use only the very best XX Gold Leaf, and will warrant each and every frame to be asrepresented. None but skilled workmen are employed, therefore insuring a high regular of perform. COMPOSITION OOLD FRAMES. These frames are created of the very same mouldings as all-gold frames, and appear nearly as effectively. Ifproperlj cared for, will put on as well as all-gold frames, and are significantly more affordable. ROMAN BRONZE FRAMES. This style of frame is becoming extremely well-liked for crayon pictures, steel engravings, watercolors, flower

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Title: The Ladies’ property journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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• No trying try-ons when you personal aSINGER* Molded Dress Form! Its anotheryou, matches every curve. You can set col-lars, match waists, hang skirts with new skill.

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uttons add beauty! SINGER will coverlem in your personal material. Make matchingelts, place in buttonholes. Do picoting, hem-:itching. All so rapidly, so inexpensively. &gt Handy reference guide for property sewing.Every thing from how to match patterns to howto finish pockets. 52 pages, 25^. Also atSINGER: best selection of notions in townl l Its smooth pressing with a SINGER Elec-tric Iron! Light weight, perfect balance,Fabric Dial, patented SINGER Cord Con-trol to banish loops and tangles. • Theres news in a neckline! A brightscarf at your throat. A chic white dickie.Collar n* cuffs for black. Your SINGERSEWING CENTER has them all, from 98^.

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Title: Furniture for the craftsman a manual for the student and machanic
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Otter, Paul D. (Paul Denniston), b. 1866
Subjects: Furnishings generating Furniture finishing Cabinetwork
Publisher: New York, Davis Williams organization
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ar filling piece 3 in. wide glued and closing up the end andprojecting to fill up the groove marked in dotted lines on outerpieces E, tenoned at one particular end in molded end D, and slotted outto acquire a 3^ x three-in. strip to slide loosely in slot in board C.This strip is to be glued into ends, E, C, and E to be partedsufficiently to slide smoothly. Soapstone or soap will permit ofa fair joint and smooth action to such work. F shows a drop-down hinged end secured to ends D. Many modifications could 262 Furniture FOR THE CRAFTSMAN be offered to this end—a strong board with some appropriate outershape, a tiny interior cutting, or applied ornament, suggestedor adapted. A Combination Bookcase and Writing Desk Mission furniture is now so prevalent in numerous homes thatFig. 260 is introduced as embodying critical features that abusy man or woman finds necessary when some of the days workof writing or checking more than accounts must be continued duringthe house hours. As shown in the sketch there are two book-

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FiG. 260.—General View of the Mixture Bookcase and Writing Desk. shelves at every single side of the writing desk with an overhead con-tinuation of book shelving obtaining a set height for smaller books.According to the half carcase program in Fig. 261, the position of thecorner and intermediate posts are clearly indicated, leaving anopen foot space in the middle front below the desk as might beseen from an inspection of big. 2(30. BOOKCASES AND HOLDERS 263 The connection amongst the four book posts is created by con-structing three paneled frames of ^-in. material and stiles andrails 2^ in. wide. The stiles project and are fitted with tenons,the best and bottom to enter mortise cuts in the posts, which arei]four in. square and 56 in. lengthy. In laying out a rough workingdrawing the outdoors measure of the case will be 14 x 65 in. and

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Title: Virginia, the Old Dominion, as observed from its colonial waterway, the historic river James, whose each succeeding turn reveals nation replete with monuments and scenes recalling the march of history and its figures from the days of Captain John Smith to the present time
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Hutchins, Frank W Hutchins, Cortelle
Subjects: Historic buildings Houseboats
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ought, as homelike as boatingrequirements would permit. There have been twocabins, one particular at either finish of the craft. Be-tween these, and at one particular side of the passage-way connecting them, was what we alwaysthought of as the kitchen, but constantly tookcare to speak of as the galley. At 1st glance,, each of the cabins wouldbe taken as a common living-space. Each wasthat but also a little of almost everything else. Atcustomary intervals, one compartment or theother would turn into a dining-cabin. Again,innocent seeking bits of wall would give way,and there would appear beds, presses, lava-tories, and a lamentable lack of room. Both cabins were completed in old oak, darkand dead there is a superabundance ofbrightness on the water. The ceilings showedthe uncovered, dark carlines or rafters. Thewalls had, along the top, a row of niches forbooks and along the bottom, a deceptive sortof wainscoting, every panel of which was alocker door. In between book niches above andwainscoting beneath, the walls have been paneled in six

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THE HOUSEBOAT GADABOUT. ALL ABOUT GADABOUT green burlap with brown rope for molding.The furnishing was plain. The kitchen or galley was rather tiny askitchens go, and rather massive as galleys go.It would not do to tell all the items that werein it for anyone would see that they couldnot all be there. Possibly it would be wellto mention merely the gasoline stove, therefrigerator, the pump and sink, the wall-table, the cupboards for supplies, the closetfor the mans serAnng coats and aprons, theracks of blue willow ware dishes, and the bigsHding door. A single has to mention the big sliding doorfor it made such a difference. It worked upand down like a window-sash, and alwayssuggested the conundrum. When is a galleynot a galley? For when it was down, itdisclosed nothing at all and the galley was a galleybut when it was up, it disclosed a recess inwhich two small gasoline motors sat side byside, and the galley was an engine-room. It was a quite ingenious and inconvenientarrangement. Operating the

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What Can You Possibly Achieve from a Plastic Moulding Business?

What Can You Possibly Achieve from a Plastic Moulding Business?

Plastic is nothing but a liquid that can be given the shape of something when essential. It is this nature of it due to which it is largely utilized by numerous organizations in carrying out distinct types of functions. Plastic moulding has been a typical approach that is not new to the marketplace. The method has been carried out given that its invention and has now reached to a complete various level. It is utilized in a variety of applications and assists in meeting distinct sorts of wants. You can get any kind of item by means of a plastic moulding firm, in case the mold is accessible.

There are massive machines that carry out this heavy duty works of moulding and transforming. Changing the kind of a specific issue into a entirely different object is something indefinable. The machines are capable of extreme load and pressure and can carry out this job just like a meager issue. The availability of numerous types of molds makes this item more demanding as you can be capable to avail something that you have been looking for. By giving out anything produced out of plastic that you will not need anymore and making anything useful out of it is great for the nature as effectively. This is referred to a recycling procedure numerous a occasions by a plastic moulding company.

Providing a design and style to a distinct product is an additional prospect that a business have to give a thought for. What you need and what its design and style is going to be is anything that has a enormous importance. It will be therefore much better to produce style a pre-production model that can be created out with the help of a hand-drawing or via CAD that is computer aided style. Professional designers are assigned the work of designing the outline of a distinct product so that a prototype can be constructed to amend the future complications. This support is supplied by plastic design and style solutions in a very effective manner.

Given that the item utilized in plastic design and style services is normally plastic, it is required that certain molds are accessible that can make the process protected and productive. Various traits on molds may possibly come in question at this point of time such as what shape and size of mold do you require? Does the mold that you have already utilized in the transformation will generate the proper item? It is, as a result, extremely required to discover much more and a lot more about the firms and its processes so that a quality operate can be done and the solution so developed will be of a great rank.

A plastic moulding organization can be a profitable venture for you if you select the correct a single. They can turn your waste into one thing valuable that will come into your use for the remaining years till its longevity lasts. To search the very best organization in your locality, you can go for an on the internet search and find out which businesses has a successful track record in providing these types of answer to their shoppers.

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Standard Guidelines for Removing Black Mold From Your Home

Standard Guidelines for Removing Black Mold From Your Home

Black mold is 1 of the most hazardous sorts of molds. It is a type of the stachybotrys mold and is also recognized as s.atra. This variety of mold can be a nightmare for property owners because it can lead to several severe overall health issues.

Black mold is triggered by a quantity of issues. Regions of higher humidity are very prone to this mold, and ventilation troubles can cause mold to grow in such places. It can kind on walls or on any other organic substance. Any leakage or condensation problems in the property can lead to a mold problem.

The very first step you need to have to take for mold removal is to determine the problem region. Mold frequently grows in challenging to attain regions, and it can at times be fairly challenging to discover out exactly where the dilemma lies. Nevertheless, there are some symptoms that can make it less complicated to spot where the mold development is. Mold typically has a quite distinct odor, which can be followed in order to uncover out exactly where the actual difficulty lies. You can also appear for yellow or green stains in the residence, as these are indicators of mold. Some common regions are basements, bathrooms, air conditioning vents and closets.

It is crucial to safeguard oneself when you are attempting mold removal, as it can be unsafe. Wear a face mask and gloves. There are some items that you can use for mold removal such as bleach. These days, there are several such mold removal merchandise offered in the market place which can be quite powerful. If the difficulty lies on the walls, you can re-paint them with mold proof paint.

It is also crucial to check the major source of the problem and eliminate that, so that there is no mold growth in the future. Numerous times, a leak can lead to mold growth, so fix all leaks in your house. Make certain the home is effectively-ventilated and has sufficient sunlight. If there is higher humidity, use a dehumidifier to resolve that situation. Make certain to routinely verify and clean all humid places such as the basement, closets and the bathroom.

Despite the fact that these ideas can be beneficial, you could need to have a professional assist if the issue is extreme. Black mold can be very dangerous, so you need to get in touch with in a specialist mold remover if you are unable to take care of it oneself. By taking such preventive measures you can develop healthy environment for your family members.

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Image from web page 117 of “Methods and aids in geography : for the use of teachers and regular schools” (1889)

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Title: Methods and aids in geography : for the use of teachers and standard schools
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: King, Charles F. (Charles Francis), 1843-
Subjects: Geography
Publisher: Boston : Lee and Shepard New York : Charles T. Dillingham
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Milton Bradley&amp Co. Norriss Cyclopedic Map helps to give assortment torecitations. Home-produced charts maybe are capable of as varied useas any sort of apparatus. The ideal charts are printedupon white cloth, but these cost also a lot. Manilla paper. 84 Techniques AND AIDS IN GEOGRAPHY nevertheless, tends to make a very good substitute for cloth, and whenbought by the pound (ten to twelve cents per pound) ismuch cheaper. It is generally sold at this price by the rollof about 1 hundred pounds. Numerous teachers can clubtogether, and purchase a roll. The best instrument with whichto write upon this paper is the rubber pen recently manu-factured for marking and directing goods. This pen isusually sold at rubber stores and stationers price tag, fifteencents. To make it work nicely with out dipping as well usually,the side creases must be enlarged by cutting out with apenknife, so they will hold much more ink. Dip and write aswith an ordinary pen : there is no danger of blotting. Avast quantity of writing can be done with a single pen.

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Fig. 5. — Rubber Pen, Natural Size. These charts are readily mounted by carrying the leading ofthe paper over a half-inch stick, and fastening with big-headed tacks then carry bottom of paper twice roundone-inch pine-roller, and fasten with frequent tacks drivenabout two inches apart. One or two eyelets in the topstick will hold the chart. If a related eyelet is fastenedinto the image-moulding in front of the class, and a linenstring or cord run by way of it, the teacher will have a con-venient technique of raising and lowering pictures, charts,or maps, anytime required for instruction. These chartsshould not be much more than ten or twelve feet extended. Thewider kinds of paper are the a lot more hassle-free. Most ofthese charts must be on paper 4 and a half feet wide. CHARTS 85 A handy kind and size for a chart is one particular created andmounted like a music chart, in which the leaves are threefeet square. Below, suggestions are produced of good subjects for chartwork : — Population of China compared with o

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Year: 1892 (1890s)
Authors: Greener, W. W. (William Wellington)
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1980 Wilton Candles R2-D2 Factory Mold
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W&ampF Manufacturing of Buffalo, NY manufactured Star Wars candles for birthday cakes below the Wilton brand. The factory could not compete with imports and closed. All molds have been sold to a smelter who melted them down. I bought these molds from him prior to they had been destroyed.

Getting that they were from the firm archives of molds exactly where they kept only one particular of each old item mold, these are probably the only ones in existence.

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Image from page 170 of “Priced catalogue of artists’ components : supplies for oil painting, water colour painting, china painting … and drawing supplies for architects and engineers, manual training schools and colleges.” (1914)

Image from page 170 of “Priced catalogue of artists’ components : supplies for oil painting, water colour painting, china painting … and drawing supplies for architects and engineers, manual training schools and colleges.” (1914)

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Image from web page 170 of “Priced catalogue of artists’ components : supplies for oil painting, water color painting, china painting … and drawing components for architects and engineers, manual coaching schools and colleges.” (1914)
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Identifier: pricedcatalogueo00devo
Title: Priced catalogue of artists’ supplies : supplies for oil painting, water colour painting, china painting … and drawing components for architects and engineers, manual training schools and colleges.
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Devoe &amp Raynolds Co., Inc. (New York, N.Y.)
Subjects: Artists’ components–Catalogs Trade catalogs–Artists’ components.
Publisher: The Organization
Contributing Library: Winterthur Museum Library
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HARDTMUTHS PINK PLIABLE RUBBER This rubber is soft and pliable, and will erase pencil marks very easily withoutinjury to Tracing Paper or other delicate material, in boxes of 4, 8, 12, 16,20, 24, 30, 40, 60 pieces to pound By lb., .75 HARDTMUTHS GREY PLIABLE RUBBER This rubber is softer than the Pink, and will be identified invaluable for cleaningDrawings, Engravings, and so on., in boxes of four, eight, 12, 16, 20, 24, 30, 40, 60pieces to pound By lb., .75

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No. Ill No. Ill, E. Fabers Emerald Pencil Rubber, little By doz., $ .55 211,112,212,1080,110, Ruby Circular Erasers.Union large.tiny.large. 1.ten.55 1.ten.55.55 Rubber Ink Erasers p A^WWABERS B Enhanced ■ INK ERASER A. W. Fabers Ink Eraser, tiny, in boxes of 25 and 50 pieces By hundred, .50 huge, in bo.xes of 25 pieces eight.ten additional huge, in boxes of 12 pieces By box, 1.90 E. Fabers Typewriter Erasers, modest size. No. 102 By doz., .50 big 104 1.00 126 F. W. DEVOE &amp C. T. RAYNOLDS CO. Rubber for Cleaning Drawings F. W. DEVOE &amp GOS MOULDED SPONGE RUBBER

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Image from page 1324 of “The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory” (1828)

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Image from page 1324 of “The Post-Workplace annual Glasgow directory” (1828)
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Identifier: postofficeannual188182gla
Title: The Post-Workplace annual Glasgow directory
Year: 1828 (1820s)
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Publisher: Glasgow : printed by J. Graham for the letter-carriers of the Post-Office
Contributing Library: National Library of Scotland
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DOG KENNELRAILINGS PATENT ASPHALTIC ROOFING lELT AND COATING IRON WINE BINS, Agent for Messrs. S. OWENS &amp CO., Hydraulic Engineers, London.Agent for Messrs. GTTEST &amp CHRIMES, Brassfounders, Rotherham, £1 ii Advertisements. 203 UCH SMITH ^ CO tiiiii

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EMGINEEES AND BOILEEMAKEES, MAKERS OF Shipbuilders Machine Tools Punching and Shearing Machines, Plate Edge Planing Machines,Bending Rollers, &ampc., &ampc. Patent Hydraulic Eivetting Machines for Boilers, Ships Frames,Beams, Keels, &ampc. Wood Sawing and Operating Machinery, Log and Deal Frames, SawBenches, Moulding Machines, &ampc. Weighing Machines for Railway Waggons, Lorries,Carfs, Hutches, &ampc. Steam Engines for High and Low Stress. Contractors for Machineryfor the Colonies and Abroad. CHARTERED BANK OFDIA, AUSTRALIA, AND CHINA, HATTON COUET, THEEADNEEDLE STEEET, LONDON. Incorporated by Royal Charter. CAPITAL, £800,000. EESERVE FUND, £200,000. Court of 35imtors, 1881-82. William Christian, Esq.Frederick W. Heilgers, Esq&ltJohn Jones, Esq. J. R, BuLLEN Smith,Esq.,CS.LLUDWIG WlKSE, Esq. Emile Levita, Esq. William Macnaughtan, Esq. William Paterson, Esq. Manager—John Howard Gwtther. Sub-Manager^-J amkb Somerville. Secretary—William Charles Mullins. Banlcers—^A^

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Image from web page 486 of “Crockery & glass journal” (1875)
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Identifier: crockeryglassjou74newy
Title: Crockery &amp glass journal
Year: 1875 (1870s)
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Subjects: Pottery Glass Glassware
Publisher: New York : G. Whittemore &amp Co.
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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ese seven-teen decorations represent by far the largestpurchase of exclusive, controlled styles thatwas ever produced by 1 pottery at a single time.They have been developed specially for thesplendid Hudson and Genesee shapes, and indelicate beauty and in value they will be arevelation to the trade. The additions to the line of gold lace bordersand gold stenciled sprays are many, and some uniqueand original effects have been made. They will stillfurther boost the exceptional reputation of LaughlinWhite and Golds. The variety of banded therapies in coin gold withsolid gold handles, and the mixture of gold bandswith gold lace borders, all on the plain Genesee shape,has been elevated by treatments that will afford adelightful surprise as to completed excellence and cost. The trade has our guarantee that the complete Laughlinline of profit-makers, old and new, is with out a rival. THE Homer Laughlin China Co., Newell, W. Va., and East Liverpool, Ohio, THE WORLDS GREATEST POTTERIES. V

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Beneficial Hints onPottery Moulds.

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