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Edmin's patent picture adjuster, line or cord protector, 1885

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PressmarkEvan.6890
Heading or VenueEmdin, Alfred E.
TitleInternational Inventions Exhibition, 1885. Edmin's patent picture adjuster, line or cord protector. … This invention facilitates the exact adjustment of pictures without injury to the line or cord. The weight of the picture being evenly supported on a large surface, the line or cord is not as in the ordinary method of hanging sharply bent at the point of suspension, and, consequently is not liable to break at that point. … Directions for use: pass the line, cord, or wire through the tube, fasten off in usual way, and suspend from ring. … Sole patentee: Alfred E. Emdin, picture frame maker, mount cutter, &c. 42 & 43, Little Britain, (formerly 8 & 9, Duke Street,) London, E.C.
Size25.5 cm.
Date[1885]
IllustrationsWith exact size illustrations of the cord protector
NotesStamped: "East Quadrant, no. 1880. - Another copy at Evan.7202 and Evan.7203
GenreAdvertisement
SubjectPicture frames and framing; Picture hanging
NamesInternational Inventions' Exhibition (London : South Kensington. 1885)
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