18th century trade card: "J. Seago, Print & Bookseller. High Street, St. Giles's near Tottenham Court Road. Prints, Drawings, & Books bought."

18th century trade card: "J. Seago, Print & Bookseller. High Street, St. Giles's near Tottenham Court Road. Prints, Drawings, & Books bought."

18th century trade card: "Ross Joiner, Carver, Gilder & Picture Frame Maker, At his Composition Ornament Manufactory, No. 113 Great Portland Street, Portland Chapel."

18th century trade card: "Ross Joiner, Carver, Gilder & Picture Frame Maker, At his Composition Ornament Manufactory, No. 113 Great Portland Street, Portland Chapel."

PRINT:  Navy Seal Mixed Media Drawing on Antique por flyingshoes

IMPRESIÓN: Emblema Marina mezclado medios de dibujo en la página de diccionario antiguo

Fish, from Colorful Realm of Living Beings, ca. 1765-66 by Ito Jakuchu

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18th century trade card: "Joseph Cox Frame-maker and Gilder, in Round Court in St. Martin's le Grand London. Makes & Sells all Sorts of Carv'd and Gilt Frames for Looking Glasses; Also Lacker'd and Black Frames for Paintings or Prints; Likewise Old Glasses New Silver'd & put into the Newest Fashion, Gilt Sconces."

18th century trade card: "Joseph Cox Frame-maker and Gilder, in Round Court in St. Martin's le Grand London. Makes & Sells all Sorts of Carv'd and Gilt Frames for Looking Glasses; Also Lacker'd and Black Frames for Paintings or Prints; Likewise Old Glasses New Silver'd & put into the Newest Fashion, Gilt Sconces."

Pretty colours, pretty design; full of flower and sunshine.  I'd like to paint like that myself.

Pretty colours, pretty design; full of flower and sunshine. I'd like to paint like that myself.

18th century trade card: "George Cordwell, Chimney-Sweeper to their Royal Highness's the Duke's of Gloucester and Cumberland at the Golden Broom, the Top of Grosvenor's Mews, near Berkley Square. Extinguishes Chimneys when on fire, fixes and cleans Coppers and Smoak Jacks, Cures Smoaking Chimneys in Town or Country (no Cure no Pat) and by strict Attention to Business Himself, performs what He undertakes with the utmost care and expedition." - I love the little slogan "No Cure, no Pay"!

18th century trade card: "George Cordwell, Chimney-Sweeper to their Royal Highness's the Duke's of Gloucester and Cumberland at the Golden Broom, the Top of Grosvenor's Mews, near Berkley Square. Extinguishes Chimneys when on fire, fixes and cleans Coppers and Smoak Jacks, Cures Smoaking Chimneys in Town or Country (no Cure no Pat) and by strict Attention to Business Himself, performs what He undertakes with the utmost care and expedition." - I love the little slogan "No Cure, no Pay"!

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