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Trade Cards. STEAM CARRIAGE: a scarce Handbill of the "Edin-
burgh Steam Carriage," with engraving, 1828, a small hole through
the text. STEEPLE KEEPER : One Card. -SURGEON: Charles
Peter, daily prepares his Cordial Tincture & Pills which have cured
Thousands, &c., at his house in St. Martin's Lane, very rare por-
trait by J. Nutting, after Ant. Schoonian, 1705 (FOR REPRO-
DUCTION OF THIS FINE PLATE, see Rariora, vol. I, p. 62).—SUR-
GICAL APPLIANCE MAKER: a large pictorial.—SURVEYOR: Peter
Chassereau at the Gold Seal in Hanover St., early pictorial.-
SWORD CUTTERS: One Card.-TALLOW CHANDLER: One Card.—
TAILORS: Richd. Kilby, Chippendale, and another.-TEA URNS:
One Card.-TINMAN: John Haughton at the Lamp & Crown
(1748). TOBACCONIST: Thomas Sutton, Leicester, by Yates.-
TOYMAN: John Pyke in the Grove, Bath, fine Chippendale by J.
Skinner, 1753.-TRUNK MAKERS: John Clements (1762); Samuel
Forsaith, by W. Clarke; Smith & Lucas (1767), all fine plates.
TURNERS: One Card. – UNDERTAKERS: Robert Legg, by M.
Darly, fine Chippendale; Robert Green, 1752; Robt. Maxwell,
by Edwd. Darly; George Smithson, 1740; and 3 others, mostly
fine and early, a valuable lot
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24 Trade Cards. UPHOLSTERERS: William Barbaroux at the Golden Lion, Morrison sculp.; Charles Blyde at the Chair and Tea Chest in Knaves Acre; Messrs. Crompton & Spinnage, Cockspur St., by G. Bickham and from his collection; Cecil Pitt at the Royal Tent; James Rodwell at the Royal Bed and Star, all good plates; and 1 other. VENTRILOQUIST: Christopher Lee Sugg, portrait with Masonic emblems. WAGGON-MAKER: One Card. WATERPROOF MAKER: large Bill with pictorial heading by Mrs. Cosway. -WEATHER GLASS: early Broadside. WEAVERS: Two Cards. -WINE MERCHANTS: Richard West Three Tun Court, Chippendale, by F. Garden; Rone from Dublin, Chippendale, by R. Clee ; and another, Chippendale design, all fine plates; and 2 others.WIRE WORKER: Samuel Souch, Chippendale.—Writing Masters: Two Cards (20)

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Trade Cards, etc. A Collection of FIFTY-SEVEN FRENCH TRADE
CARDS, Bills, Admission and Invitation Tickets, etc., INCLUDING
MANY EARLY AND VERY FINELY ENGRAVED SPECIMENS, MOSTLY OF
GREAT RARITY
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*** A valuable and interesting lot, comprising: Admission Ticket, Booksellers (4), Brass Founder, Cloth Merchant, Confectioners (3), Cutters (3), rare cards, two of them about 1680, Engravers (3),

LOT 25-continued.

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Exhibition, Fan Makers (2), one dated 1665, very rare and valuable, Fencing Master, Glazier, 1714, Goldsmiths (4), Hair Dresser, Ice Maker, Invitation Tickets, including Masonic (4), Mathematical Instrument Maker, engraved by B. EISEN, very scarce; Mercers (2), including a splendid portrait card; Necromancer, Painters (2), Paper Maker, Perfumers, Printer, Antoine Sergent, 1769, scarce, Print-sellers (2), Proofs before lettering (2), Receipt for Subscription, Restaurant, Stationers, some fine and early (8); Toyman, c. 1680, Wine Merchants (2)

Trade Cards, etc. A COLLECTION OF TWENTY GERMAN AND Italian, including some finely engraved, and a few very early and scarce specimens

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Invitation Tickets. ACADEMIES: Mr. Audinet's French Academy
(1788); "Bono Eventui," printed in red.-BALLS: Mr. Fiervilles;
another Impression, printed in red, a little rubbed; another design,
two impressions, The Ball at the Mansion House Ap. 17, 1775,
RT. HON. JOHN WILKES, LORD MAYOR, FINE AND VERY RARE;
Mansion House Ball, Ap. 12, 1791, two impressions; Masqued
Ball New-Club Soho, Feb. 24, 1775, a large and fine ticket, scarce;
Mr. Southern's Ball, ELEVEN TICKETS, ALL ENGRAVED BY F.
BARTOLOZZI
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Invitation Tickets. CONCERTS: For the Benefit of Made Banti 1795,
two impressions; another design, 1797; Mr. Borghi, 1789;
another design; the same, proof before all letters; another copy,
also proof, but having engraver's initials; the same design, used
for "Theatre Oxford Concert," 1818, by J. Skelton; another copy,
printed in blue; Mr. Dragonetti's Benefit; the same, printed in
red; For the Benefit of Mrs. Grassel, TWELVE TICKETS, ALL
(with the exception of the two of Oxford Theatre) ARE ENGRAVED
BY F. BARTOLOZZI

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Invitation Tickets. CONCERTS: For the Benefit of Mr. Giardini; same design, in proof state; another plate, two impressions; the same, printed in sepia; and 7 other designs, executed for GIARDINI'S VARIOUS BENEFITS, AN INTERESTING SERIES OF TEN TICKETS, BY F. BARTOLOZZI

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Invitation Tickets. CONCERTS: For the Benefit of Mr. Guadagni ; the same, in proof state, before all letters; Grand Professional Concert, 1791; Hanover Square, 1777; the same, in red; another

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