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[Banknote] Christchurch, Wimbourne & Ringwood Bank.
[Banknote] Christchurch, Wimbourne & Ringwood Bank. Promise to pay the Bearer the Sum of One Pound on Demand [...] for Dean, Clapcott, Quartley & Co.
Chatfield & Coleman ac.
[1825.]
Engraved bank note with ink mss and overstamp. 105 x 190mm (4 x 7½"). Bottom right corner torn away to signify the note being cashed. Mounted on card at corners.
With a vignette of Christchurch Priory.
[Ref: 61235]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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[Banknote] Christchurch & Wimbourne Bank.
[Banknote] Christchurch & Wimbourne Bank. Promise to pay the Bearer the Sum of One Pound on demand [...] for Dean, Clapcott, Quartley & Co.
[1825.]
Engraved bank note with ink mss. 100 x 180mm (4 x 7"). Bottom right excised to signify the note being cashed. Mounted on card at corners.
With a vignette of Christchurch Priory.
[Ref: 61236]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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[Banknote] Dorchester Bank.
[Banknote] Dorchester Bank. I Promise to pay the Bearer on Demand One Pound, Dorchester __ 18__ End,,d _ For Rob.t Pattison.
[c.1820.]
Engraved bank note, unused. 100 x 200mm (4 x 8"). Slight staining. Mint.
With the arms of Dorchester. Founded in 1786, merged with Wilts & Dorset Banking Company in 1897.
BM CIB.775, example of 1824.
[Ref: 61240]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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[Banknote] Dorsetshire General Bank.
[Banknote] Dorsetshire General Bank. I Promise to pay the Bearer on Demand, One Pound, Value received Bridport _ day of _ 180_ on demand [...] For William Fowler, William Good & Comp.y.
Thorowgood sculp.
[c.1805.]
Engraved bank note, unused. 100 x 200mm (4 x 8"), with three pence tax blind stamp. Near Mint.
With a vignette view of a shipyard.
[Ref: 61239]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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[Banknote] Ringwood and Hampshire Bank.
[Banknote] Ringwood and Hampshire Bank. One Pound. I Promise to pay the Bearer the Sum of One Pound on demand [...] for Dean, Clapcott, Quartley & Co.
[c.1821.]
Engraved bank note with ink mss. First & Second Dividend Paid overstamp; signed Stephen Tunks. 95 x 175mm (3¾ x 6¾"). Slight staining, mounted on card.
[Ref: 61237]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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[Mail-ready envelope - 706 Civilization of America.]
[Mail-ready envelope - 706 Civilization of America.] [On flap] Designed & Engraved by J. Valentine Dundee. 30 Sent for 12, 50 for 16 100 for 24 or 250 for 48 Pennypost stamps.
Onwhyn Delt. F. Deraedemaeker fecit.
[Deraedemaeker, c.1890.]
Mail-ready envelope. Wood engraving. 80 x 130mm (3 x 5"), with rear flap. Unused.
A composite image of the history of America, showing native Americans in their natural state, Niagara Falls, a missionary proselytising, agriculture, a church, monumental buildings, steamships and railways. First published about thirty years earlier.
[Ref: 61086]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Fair Sally set by D.r Greene.
Fair Sally set by D.r Greene.
[Printed for J. Newbery at ye Bible & Crown without Temple Bar] [n.d., c.1745]
Engraved music sheet. 210 x 155mm (8¼ x 6"). Stains.
''Fair Sally loved a bonny seaman, / With tears she sent him out to roam.'' A song sheet with a headpiece illustration of Sally at a spinning wheel, overlooking a bay. The song was composed by Maurice Green (1696-1755), a former St Paul's Cathedral choirboy who became organist at the Chapel Royal, and Professor of Music at Cambridge University (1730). The lyrics were written by John Hoadly. From 'Universal Harmony', by Henry Roberts.
[Ref: 61080]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Perfume label] Extrait de [***]
[Perfume label] Extrait de [***] de Laugier, Pere & Fils. A Paris. de chez Gervais a Paris.
[n.d., c. 1800.]
Rare engraving. Sheet 110 x 65mm (4¼ x 2½"). Trimmed and laid on album paper.
A label for a bottle of perfume, the space for which type not filled in. Laugier, Pere et Fils was founded in 1756 and is said to have been the oldest perfumery establishment in Paris. It was taken over and renamed Renaud et Cie in 1839. The story of the company was explored in the book 'Elixir' by Professor Theresa Levitt.
[Ref: 61045]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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