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DIAMOND AND IMPERIAL SLATE COMPANY
Bangor imperial slating. Warranted to withstand the effects of wind and rain for any number of years, the slates being laid so as to remove wholly the objection to light Welch slates; which is, that they blow off. ...
[London]: Nichols and Son, printers, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, [1804].
[4] p. : [1] engr. pl. ; 24.9 cm. (4°)

Folded half-sheet, versos blank. Drop-head title. Watermark of the 'annexed Plate' dated 'T Willmott 1799'. Stock details of Mansion Slates and Imperial Light Slates added in MS. on blank p. [2].

Copy Notes Previously enclosed in an ALs in ink dated 13 Febry 1804, signature (for the Co.) unread, addressed in ink as lketter addressed John Soane Esqre / Lincolns Inn Fields / post paid, postal mark.

Binding Folded papers, C20th book tape.

Reference Number 6374


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