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Image from web page 1324 of “The Post-Workplace annual Glasgow directory” (1828)
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Title: The Post-Office annual Glasgow directory
Year: 1828 (1820s)
Publisher: Glasgow : printed by J. Graham for the letter-carriers of the Post-Workplace
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 & CO., Hydraulic Engineers, London.Agent for Messrs. GTTEST & 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, &c., &c. Patent Hydraulic Eivetting Machines for Boilers, Ships Frames,Beams, Keels, &c. Wood Sawing and Operating Machinery, Log and Deal Frames, SawBenches, Moulding Machines, &c. Weighing Machines for Railway Waggons, Lorries,Carfs, Hutches, &c. Steam Engines for High and Low Pressure. 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<John 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 page 486 of “Crockery & glass journal” (1875)
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Title: Crockery & glass journal
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Subjects: Pottery Glass Glassware
Publisher: New York : G. Whittemore & 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 made by one pottery at one particular time.They have been created specially for thesplendid Hudson and Genesee shapes, and indelicate beauty and in price tag they will be arevelation to the trade. The additions to the line of gold lace bordersand gold stenciled sprays are quite a few, and some uniqueand original effects have been developed. They will stillfurther boost the remarkable reputation of LaughlinWhite and Golds. The assortment of banded treatments in coin gold withsolid gold handles, and the combination of gold bandswith gold lace borders, all on the plain Genesee shape,has been improved by treatment options that will afford adelightful surprise as to finished excellence and price. 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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Valuable Hints onPottery Moulds.
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