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Harris's sausages, 1886

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PressmarkEvan.9068
Heading or VenueHarris, William
TitleHarris's sausages are the best. William Harris to his customers. The unprecedented success which has attended my efforts to supply City clerks and others with a good hot meat meal worth their money, at my temperance luncheon bar, 24, King William Street, London Bridge, has induced me to enlarge the above, and open six other similar establishments, situate - Findlater's Corner, London Bridge; 75 & 87, Farringdon St.; 37 Upper St., Islington; 162a, Queen Victoria St., & 32, Bishopsgate St. without. More to follow. Steam Works - 3, St. John St., West Smithfield (opposite Metropolitan Meat Market). Beef steak, 5d. Pork chop, 4d. Mutton chop, 4d. Fried onions, 1d. One of Harris's celebrated sage pork sausages with bread, 2d. [On the reverse] (Registered in Great Britain, France and the United States.) The Winner of the Pork Sausage Derby
Size7.5 x 11.5 cm.
Date[1886]
Imprint[London]
IllustrationsWith a colour lithograph of "The Winner of the Pork Sausage Derby"
NotesDated in MS: Feb. 22, 1886
GenreTrade card; Advertisement
SubjectDinners and dining - English; Restaurants - England
NamesHarris's Sausages (London, City)
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