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Anderson and Ferrier

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of 29, 31, 33, 35, and 37, St. Mary Street, Edinburgh.

Bookbinders

Established in 1863 by Robert Anderson and Thomas Robertson under the name of Anderson & Robertson.

1914 Present Principals: Walter Gowanlock Anderson and Angus Ferrier. A large up-to-date Bindery fitted with all the most modern machinery driven by electric power. Bookbinders to the printing and manufacturing trades in all classes of cloth and leather work. Specialities: Sole wholesale agents for W. G. Anderson's Patent "Rivetubes" (Rivet and string-hole combined) for the up-to-date binding of pattern and sample books; and "Remol" Leather Food, a renovating emollient for leather bindings.


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