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1893 Chicago Exhibition: Catalogue: Group 89

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Typewriters, Paper, Blank IIooks, Stationery.

316 Cleghorn, Jun., William, Clepington Works and Albert Mill} Dundee. [See Advt.] Paper stock; wool, waste, and felt (hair and tarred); jute cloth ; jute yarns.

317 Cotterell Brothers, 11 Clare Street, 8 Baldzvin Street, and 2 and 6 Marek Street, Bristol; and 5 Bridge Street, Bath. Art paper hangings and other decorative materials for walls and ceilings.

318 Ford T. B., Snakeley Mills, Loudwater, near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. [See Advt.] Samples of Ford’s 428 mill blotting paper (varieties i white, pink, deep pink, buff, blue, mauve, antique, and green, in various thicknesses), also raw materials from which manufactured.

319 Gestetner, D., 70 & 71 Chiswell Street, London, E.C. [Mft. G.] Automatic cyclostyle, duplicating apparatus.

320 Gillott & Sons, Joseph, Victoria Works, Graham Street, Birmingham. Pens of all kinds; specimens of pens in various stages of manufacture, and elaborately pierced, ground, and coloured ornamental steel pens, the colours on which are produced by the application of heat alone, no colouring matter being used.

321 Jeffrey and Co., G4 Essex Boad, Islington, London, N. [See Advt.] Wall papers (hand and machine printed), decorations for interiors, raised and coloured flocks enriched with metal; embossed and ornamented leathers and leather papers (all free from arsenic) ; embossed and decorated leather portieres, subjects: “The Amorini,” and the “ Peacock Garden,” designed by Walter Crane.

322 Knowles & Co., Chas., Blenheim Tl’or/rs, 164 and 166 King's Road, Chelsea, London, S. TP. [See Advt.] Art wall and ceiling papers.

323 Maskelyne & Son, J. N., Egyptian Hall, London, IP. [Gallery.] Typewriters without ink ribbons, visible work, permanent alignment, and differential spacing.

324 Mynsbrugge, Mary P., Grapho House, Danelagh Hoad, Leytonstone, Essex. [Gallery.] “ Million ” typewriter, a keyed type-bar machine.

325 Ward & Co., Limited, Marcus, Royal Ulster Works, Belfast; Oriel House, Farringdon Street, London, E.C.; and 734 Broadway, New York. “Royal Irish Linen” and other writing papers and envelopes ; children’s books, Sunday-school reward cards, calendars, and chromo-lithographic publications; metallochrome.

326 Woollams & Co., Wm., 110 High Street [near Manchester Square"), London, IP. [See Advt.] Wall and ceiling papers (block printed), guaranteed free from arsenic, raised flock papers for painting over, decorative wall papers, friezes, borders, dadoes, patent embossed flock papers with design modelled in relief and coloured without painting over, “ anaglypta,” an embossed material, in private designs; embossed leather for dadoes, screens, and other decorative purposes.

  • Zaehnsdorf, Joseph. See Group CL.