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TURNER, James
46 Wells Street, Oxford Street. Sir, I beg leave respectfully to inform you that I am the proprietor of a patent lately granted for an improved principle of constructing and hanging French folding sashes and doors, by which the external air is excluded, and the rain water effectually prevented from penetrating ...
[London]: [1825].
[4] p. ; 22.4 cm. (4º)

Folded half-sheet, first verso and conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. Lithographically printed letter of advertisement, signed at end: James Turner. Watermark dated 1824. The patent was issued to the architect James Linnell Bond and the builder James Turner on 9 March 1825.

Copy Notes Previously folded as a letter addressed in ink on blank final verso to Jno Soane Esqr / Lincolns Inn Fields / no 13, inscribed in ink in an office hand 1825 / Printed Letter.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6805


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