Label, Samuel Taylor BOOK-BINDER & STATIONER, the Corner of Market & Water Street PHILADELPHIA.

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  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • ca. 1766
  • Black and White Line Engraving
  • 1982-3

The cartouche reads: "Samuel Taylor/ BOOK-BINDER & STATIONER,/ the Corner of Market & Water Street/ PHILADELPHIA./ Binds all sorts of Books, in the Neatest/ Manner, Gilt or Plain, as new Practised/ in England &c, where Merchants/ and others may have all sorts of/ Account Books made and Ruled/ to any Patern at the Lowest Prices,/ He likewise sells Bibles, Common/ Prayer Books, Spelling Books, Shop/ Books, Pocket Books, Writing Paper,/ Sealing Wax, Wafers, Pens, Pencills,/ and most other Sorts of Stationary/ Wares, also all Sorts of Ink &c."

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