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Fenby's patent camp furniture, 1880

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Heading or VenueFenby (Firm)
TitleGreatest convenience of the day. Fenby's patent camp furniture. 103, Queen Victoria St., London E.C. Manufactory, Andover St., Birmingham. [On the inside] Fenby's patent camp furniture is without rival in point of construction, lightness, strength, comfort, and portability. It is suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and for all times and seasons. Manufactured entirely by special machinery. All corresponding parts true to guage and interchangeable. On this principle of construction are made stools, chairs, tables, beds, washstands, baths, tents, sun shades.
Size14 cm. X 21 cm.
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 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 from 'Engineering' of Nov. 29th, 1878. - A similar copy at Evan.6159 has the printed text "Sold by" followed by a space for the insertion of the vendor's name, in place of the Company's address. It also includes a shorter extract from the article, and a price list on the reverse. - Dated in MS.: 80
SubjectCamping - Equipment and supplies; Tents; Furniture; Chairs
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