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Yet More Old Furniture Trade Cards

July 14, 2012
by the gentle author

After recently publishing selections of old furniture trade cards that might have been found in the secret drawer of a hypothetical cabinet or discovered stashed behind a plate on the top shelf of a hypothetical alcove in the eighteenth century, it is my pleasure to show this further selection which had fallen down the back of a hypothetical armoire.

Images courtesy Bishopsgate Institute

You may like to see my earlier selections

Furniture Trade Cards of Old London

More Furniture Trade Cards of Old London

The Trade Cards of Old London

More Trade Cards of Old London

Yet More Trade Cards of Old London

Even More Trade Cards of Old London

Further Trade Cards of Old London

The Signs of Old London

4 Responses leave one →
  1. Hilary permalink
    July 14, 2012

    I love the sofabeds – “an elegant sofa which converts into a four poster bed”!

  2. Joan E. permalink
    July 15, 2012

    Ohhhh, what a wonderful idea! CHAIRBEDS!!! The best of two worlds :D

  3. Etta Alexander permalink
    July 15, 2012

    These are beautiful trade cards, but it would be particularly useful to have the dates when these were current.

  4. July 26, 2012

    I love the ” Nimble Ninepence” – perfect for a book or shop or blog title.
    Do you have other categories of inscriptions – e.g epitaphs. Before its renovation you could read several in St Martin’s Crypt Cafe. 18th. C. ceramics also have fascinating inscriptions.
    Looking forward to seeing more or similar. Thanks.

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