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HYMANS, Mr.
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By His Majesty's Royal Letters Patent, granted to Mr. Hymans, in January, 1804. The Tonsor; or, imperial composition, for shaving in the most pleasant, agreeable, cleanly, and convenient manner, without the use of razor, soap, water, or glass, ...
[London]: Topping, printer, 3, Playhouse-Yard, Blackfriars, [1805?].
[2] p. ; 22.6 cm. (4°)

Quarter-sheet. Drop-head title. Presented as an alternative to shaving by razor, through the use of a cake of the 'composition' and friction for 'softening the most rough and bristly Beard, and rendering the skin perfectly smooth'. Available from the 'Proprietor's Agent, Mr. Golding, Perfumer to Her Majesty, 42, Cornhill, ...'.

Binding Loose paper.

Reference Number 6333


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