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1862 London Exhibition: Catalogue

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The Illustrated Catalogue of the Industrial Department. British Division. 2 Volumes. Printed for Her Majesty's Commissioners.

Section I

  • Class 1 Mining, quarrying, metallurgy and mineral products
  • Class 2 Chemical substances and products and pharmaceutical processes
  • Class 3 Substances used for food
  • Class 4 Animal and vegetable substances used in manufacture

Section II

  • Class 5 Railway plant, including locomotive engines and carriages
  • Class 6 Carriages not connected with rail ot tram roads
  • Class 7 Manufacturing machines and tools
  • Class 8 Machinery in general
  • Class 9 Agricultural and Horticultural machines and implements
  • Class 10 Civil engineering, architectural and building contrivances
  • Class 11 Military engineering, armour and accoutrements, ordnance and small arms
  • Class 12 Naval architecture, ships' tackle
  • Class 13 Philosophical instruments, and processes depending on their use
  • Class 14 Photographic apparatus and photograpy
  • Class 15 Horological instruments
  • Class 16 Musical instruments
  • Class 17 Surgical instruments and appliances

Section III

  • Class 18 Cotton
  • Class 19 Flax and hemp
  • Class 20 Silk and velvet
  • Class 21 Woollen and worseted, including mixed fabrics generally
  • Class 22 Carpets
  • Class 23 Woven, spun, felted, and laid fabrics, when shown as specimens of printing and dyeing
  • Class 24 Tapestry, lace and embroidery
  • Class 25 Skins, furs, feathers and hair
  • Class 26 Leather including saddlery and harness
  • Class 27 Articles of clothing
  • Class 28 Paper, stationery, printing and bookbinding
  • Class 29 Educational works and appliances
  • Class 30 Furniture and upholstery, including paper-hangings and papier mache
  • Class 31 Iron and general hardware
  • Class 32 Steel and cutlery, and edge tools
  • Class 33 Works in precious metals and their imitations, ane jewelry
  • Class 34 Glass
  • Class 35 Pottery
  • Class 36 Manufactures not included in previous classes

Section IV

  • Class 37 Architecture
  • Class 38 Paintings in oil and water colours, and drawings
  • Class 39 Sculpture, models, die-sinking and intaglios
  • Class 40 Etchings and engravings

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