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CLAUDET & HOUGHTON
Window Glass Warehouse, 89 High Holborn. 20th. May, 1834. Sir, We take the liberty of calling your attention to our establishment, which we have endeavoured to render as complete as possible by combining the sale of window glass of all kinds, ...
[London]: [1834].
[4] litho. p. ; 25.5 cm. (4º)

Folded half-sheet, first verso and conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. Lithographically printed letter of advertisement, signed at end: Claudet & Houghton. Antoine Claudet, the inventor of a machine for cutting glass cilinders to manufacture sheet glass, was also one of the pioneers of early photography, selling early examples of Daguerrotypes through the glass shop at 89 High Holborn in partnership with George Houghton; he had previously been in partnership with Richard Hetley at 8 Tavistock Street (q.v.).

Copy Notes Previously folded as a letter addressed in ink on blank final verso to Jno Soane Esqre / 13 Lin Inn Fields.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6809


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