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Furniture Trade Cards Of Old London

April 28, 2021
by the gentle author

I discovered these old furniture trade cards hidden in the secret drawer of a hypothetical cabinet

Images courtesy Bishopsgate Institute

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The Trade Cards of Old London

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Further Trade Cards of Old London

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  1. paul loften permalink
    April 28, 2021

    I am at this moment looking at a Victorian ornate mahogany chiffonier, with mirrors and hand turned shelving supports in my home. I bought it at an auction years ago. The auctioneer described it as uncle Arthurs Chiffonier It has been living here for many years under my protection . My wife and children have been urging me to get rid of it. I tell them I will do, every so often. These business cards you have shown have now encouraged me to keep on repeating this lie whenever it is mentioned

  2. Jill Wilson permalink
    April 28, 2021

    These are great, and fascinating that so many of them performed funerals as well (I can’t imagine Dreams or Furniture Village doing that today!)

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