Document, Woolen Draper Trade Card

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  • Engraver: George Corbould
  • London, England
  • 1754
  • Black and white line engraving
  • 1990-30

The cartouche reads: "David Buffar/ WOOLLEN DRAPER & MENS MERCER/ at the Kings Arm's in Cheapside. Opposite Foster Lane,/ London./ Sells all sorts of Broad Cloths, German Serges,/ Bath Coating, Duffells, Devonshire Kerseys,/ Forrest Cloths, Shags, Cotton Velvets, Barragons,/ double && Single Allopeens, Everlastings, Sergedenims,/ Sagathies, Says, Fustains, Rattinetts, Shalloons, Padua/ Serges, Velvets, Sattins, Sergedesoyes, with/ Sundry other Woollen Drapery & Mens/ Mercery Goods, Wholesale & Retail,/ at the Lowest Prices."

The lower margin reads: "Geo. Corbould Sculp Lombard Street"

A receipt is on the reverse.

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