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Abraham Madge, Coal Merchant, 1891

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PressmarkEvan.4263
Heading or VenueAbraham Madge (Coal merchant)
PlaceLondon, Camberwell
TitleAbraham Madge. Lowest cash prices, the coals sold by A.M. will be found to be most economical, being the best quality of each description, and combining great heat clear burning little ash. Advantages mis-called "cheap coals" do not give the consumer. All coals well screened and of the quality described [on the inside] Lowest cash prices, 1891… Orders addressed to Abraham Madge, Coal Depôt, Camberwell Station, or at branches, will receive prompt attention
Size12.5 cm.
Date1891
Imprint[London?]
IllustrationsWith illustrations on the inside of a fire burning with best quality coals, captioned "Madge's coals are all best quality", and a stove, with cheap coals, that will not light captioned "Cheap coals are the dearest, no heat all dust & waste"
NotesA folded card, printed in red, yellow, blue and black ink. - With a list of the different coals supplied, with prices on the inside, and the addresses of the Company's depôts and offices on the final fold. - The prices have been over stamped in blue ink: Best household. Exceptional quality & value.
GenreAdvertisement; Trade card; Price List
SubjectCoal; Coal trade; Railroad stations; Coal trade - prices
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