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Savoy Turkish Baths, c. 1885

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PressmarkEvan.4242
Heading or VenueSavoy Turkish Bath
PlaceLondon, Strand
TitleSavoy Turkish Bath. Lancaster Mansions, Savoy Street, Strand [on the inside] Temperature, 120°, 135°, 160°, 210°, 250° and 300°. Pure air, perfect ventilation. Lighted by incandescent electric lamps. The bath, erected from designs by C. J. Phipps, Esq., F.S.A., is the most luxurious of its kind in London. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Size10 cm.
Date[1885?]
Imprint[London] : J. Allison & Coy., printers, Smart's Buildings, W.C.
IllustrationsThe text on the inside is framed by various scenes from the bath house
NotesA folding card, printed in brown ink; with prices of admission; The Savoy Turkish Bath was opened in 1885 by The Savoy Turkish Baths Company Limited. The first baths to be lit by electricity, they were situated next to the Savoy Theatre and remained open until 1921.
GenreAdvertisement; Trade card
SubjectBaths, Turkish; Prices; Electric lighting
NamesPhipps, C. J.
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