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Fenby's Patent Camp Furniture, 1880

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PressmarkEvan.6159
Heading or VenueFenby (Firm)
TitleThe greatest convenience of the day Fenby's patent camp furniture. Lightness, strength, compactness, portability, finish, easy, comfortable, convenient, useful, ornamental. Sold by [space for insertion of vendor's name] [on the reverse] Fenby's patent camp furniture … wholesale at 103, Queen Victoria Strt. London. E.C. and Andover St., Birmingham
Size14 x 21.5 cm.
Date[1880]
Imprint[London] : W. S. Johnson. "Nassau Steam Press" 60 St. Martin's Lane, London. W.C.
IllustrationsWith an illustration of a group of ladies and gentlemen sitting on Fenby's chairs around a camp table, with a tent in the background; the reverse shows the camp chair in use and closed
NotesPrinted on both sides of the sheet, with a price list and illustration on the reverse. - Dated in MS.: 1880. - Printed in red, yellow, blue, green and black ink on the front. The reverse is printed in red and black ink and displays a price list and an extract from an article in Engineering of Nov. 29th, 1878. - A similar copy at Evan.6338 gives the Company's address in place of "Sold by", and includes a longer extract from the article, but does not include the price list.
GenreAdvertisement
SubjectCamping - Equipment and supplies; Tents
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