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Dr. Daniel and Eleanor Albert collection of cigarette and trade cards

Print Coll. 27

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Albert, Daniel
Title:
Dr. Daniel and Eleanor Albert collection of cigarette and trade cards
Date:
circa 1835-1975
Call Number:
Print Coll. 27
Extent:
6 albums
Language:
English
Language Note:
Several of the cards in this collection are in French, German, Italian, Dutch, and Chinese. The original language has been kept in the item titles. The Chinese cigarette cards have not been translated.
Abstract:
Cigarette and trade cards started as packaging stiffeners and aide-memoire slips, respectively, and evolved into widespread collectible items during the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. This collection contains 6 volumes of trade and cigarette cards from various companies dating between the mid 19th and 20th centuries.
Cite as:
Dr. Daniel and Eleanor Albert collection of cigarette and trade cards, circa 1835-1975, Print Coll. 27, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Cigarette and trade cards started as packaging stiffeners and aide-memoire slips, respectively, and evolved into widespread collectible items during the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Cigarette cards began as cardboard stiffeners for paper cigarette packages until companies began to use them for advertising and marketing purposes. Trade cards were originally used by shopkeepers as a form of receipt and then became a form of advertising, showing names, addresses, and products of different craftsmen and companies. Chromolithographic printers allowed the trade and cigarette cards to become distinctive and familiar with brightly colored pictures overstamped with a company's name. By the mid-19th century, the production of trade cards was a major industry with "big names" in all the major American cities. Cigarette cards also became a flourishing industry by the 1870s for artists, writers, and editors, as well as a medium for new and innovative printing techniques. These sets of cards pictured a wide range of topics with "cries," trades, and literary characters as popular subjects. Other cards following the cigarette card format were soon published as well. Cigarette and trade card collecting exceeds all other collecting arenas in amassing the most extensive record compilation and catalogue enumeration and they remain popular collectible items today.

Scope and Contents

This collection contains 6 volumes of trade and cigarette cards from various companies dating from the mid 19th to 20th centuries. The cards depict many subjects and are sponsored by different publishers and companies. They are organized into four slip-cased albums and two hard cover binders. The four slip-cased albums contain both cigarette and trade cards while the two binders house only the trade cards of Liebig's Meat Company, and Currier and Ives. The cards themselves have been left in their original donated positions.

Companies and organizations include Au Bon Marche, Carerras Limited, the Central Electric Authority, Cope Bros. & Co., Currier and Ives, Godfrey Phillips Ltd., Guerin-Boutron, H. Mandelbaum, Imperial Tobacco Co., John Player & Sons, Lambert & Butler, Liebig's Company, Major Drapkin & Co., Ogdens, Rich's, Sniders and Abrahams, the Scottish Co-Operative Wholesale Society, Turf, W. & F. Faulkner, and West Riding County Council. Themes of the cards include, but are not limited to, art; literature (particularly Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle); cries, types, and characters of London; history of London; optical illusions; pirates and highwaymen; Jewish life in many lands; and healthy living.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2014 October 23

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Nicole Love

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Custodial History note

Gift of Daniel and Eleanor Albert, 2014.

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Related Materials

Separated Materials note

University of Pennsylvania: Dr. Daniel and Eleanor Albert Collection which includes books and broadsides.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Au Bon Marché(Paris, France).
  • Currier & Ives.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Advertising cards
  • Cigarette cards
  • Printed ephemera
Geographic Name(s)
  • Great Britain--Social life and customs
Subject(s)
  • Popular culture--Great Britain

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Cigarette cards, circa 1850-1950.

Carerras Limited.

Volume

"Interpreter Attendant at the Monument," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Shoe-Black," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Bill-Poster," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Street-Flusher," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Newspaper Boy," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Lock-keeper at Boulters," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Sewer-man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Recruiting Sergeant," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Organ Grinder," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Postman," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Costermonger," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Rat-catcher," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Street Musician," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Commissionaire," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Catsmeat man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Messenger Boy," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Night Watchman," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Lamp-lighter," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Telephone Girl," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Police Matron," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Recruiting Petty Officer in the Navy," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Sweep," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Keeper of the Ape House at the Zoo," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Police Court Missionary," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Dustman," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Supt. of Receiving Ward for Females at the Workhouse," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Pavement Artist," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

Chelsea Pensioner," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Fireman," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"House-breaker," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Four-wheeler Cab-driver," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Blind Beggar," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Muffin-man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Sandwich-man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Scaffolder," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Thames Police Officers," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Police Court Jailer," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Hokey-pokey Man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Chef," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Divisional Inspector of Police," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"London Policeman," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Railway Guard," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Attendant at Cheap Picture Theatre," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Flower Girl," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

Railway Porter," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Salvation Army Lass," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Chair Mender," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Head Waiter," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Taxi-cab Driver," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Sweet Lavender," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Billingsgate Fish-porter," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Bath-chair Man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Royal Horse-Guards, Whitehall," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Boy Scout," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Lodging-house Keeper," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Beefeater at the Tower," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Punch and Judy Man," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Engine Driver at London Terminus," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Parson," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"County Council Tram Driver," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Tea-shop Waitress," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Barber," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Housemaid," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Match Seller," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Italian Officer," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"British Officer," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Female Window Cleaner," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Officer R.A.F." Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Naval Officer," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Private in National Guard (Volunteers)," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Tommy," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Special Constable," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"French Officer," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Flag Seller," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"V.A.D." Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Wounded Tommy," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Australian Soldier," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"Wren," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"American Officer," Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

"W.A.A.C." Types of London: A series of drawings by Julius M. Price, War Artist and Correspondent (2 copies).

3

Chinese cigarette cards.

Volume

Series of 20 Chinese cards.

3

Cope Bros. & Co.

Volume

"1. It's my old girl that advises. But I never own to it before her. Discipline must be maintained," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"2. Josh has his weather-eye open, Sir. You'll find him tough, ma'm. Tough, Sir, tough, is Joseph, tough, and di-vil-ish sly!" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"3. There was an old principle within him, and a young surface without," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"4. Mr. Tite Barnacle usually coached or crammed the statesmen at the head of the Circumlocution office," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"5. Can anybody indicate any subject, in any direction, on which I am uninformed? I rather think not," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"6. My War Correspondent, Sir, Mr. Jefferson Brick. You have heard of Jefferson Brick I see, Sir," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"7. My name's Inspector Bucket of the Detective, and I have a duty to perform," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"8. Mr. Limbkins, I beg your pardon, Sir! Oliver Twist has asked for more!" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"9. Gentlemen, is the happiness of a sensitive and confiding female to be trifled away by such shallow artifices as these?" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"10. An invitation to rest and be thankful, when there was no place to put up at, and nothing whatever to be thankful for," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"11. My friends, what is this spread before us? Refreshment. Do we need refreshment then, my friends? We do," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"12. I'm to be heerd on at the bar of the Little Helephant, and no gov'ner o' mine mustn't go and do what's mean," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"13. Short's very well as far as he goes, but the real friend is Codlin - not Short," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"14. Cap'en Cuttle in my name, and England is my nation; this here is my dwelling place, and blessed be creation - Jon," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"15. Hullo, my cuvey! What's the row? I suppose you don't know what a beak is, my flash com-pan-ion," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"16. Dead men never repent, dead men never bring awkward stories to light. Ah, it's a fine thing for the trade," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"17. In this life we want nothing but Facts, Sir, nothing but Facts!" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"18. I'm a devil, I'm a devil, I'm a devil. Hurrah. Polly put the ket-tle on, we'll all have tea," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"19. Us London lawyers don't often get an out; and when we do, we like to make the most of it, you know," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"20. My father is a partaker of glory at present, Master Copperfield, but we have much to be thankful for," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"21. Now, Joe, the fowls. Damn that boy; he's gone to sleep again. Joe! Joe! come, hand in the eatables," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"22. Step this way, Nickleby; my dear, will you follow me? Ha! ha! They all follow me, Nickleby; always, demmit, always," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"23. Two shillings, a shilling, tenpence, eightpence, sixpence, fourpence. Twopence? Who said twopence?" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"24. My advice is, never do to-morrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time. Collar him!" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"25. Perhaps, my dear Mr. Noggs would like to drink our healths," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"26. There is no deception, ladies and gentlemen, all is peace, a holy calm pervades me," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"27. Mr. Peggotty dealt in lobsters, crabs, and crawfish; a rough but kind-hearted and noble-souled fisherman," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"28. His own observations had been merely intended to bear a Pickwickian construction," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"29. A pretty church, is it not? There's the sweetest little organ there you ever heard; I play it for them," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"30. I don't want to know about it; I don't choose to discuss it; I don't admit it," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"31. When Congress in recessed, he makes himself acquainted with those free United States of which he is the gifted son," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"32. If I could poison that dear old lady's rum and water, I'd die happy," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"33. Speed! If you want to see hurry and mystery, come here. Here!" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"34. He eschewed gloves, and looked, upon the whole, something like a dissipated Robinson Crusoe," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"35. Would you care a ha'penny for the Lord Chancellor if you know'd him in private without his wig," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"36. Why! what the blazes is in the wind now? Who pitched that 'ere at me?" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"37. I can't do it, you know, for I never have any money. But somebody does it. Let us drink to Somebody. God bless him," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"38. Let any boy speak a word without leave and I'll take the skin off his back," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"39. This here red-nosed man, Sammy, wisits your mother-in-law with a kindness and a constancy as I never see equaled," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"40. When he stood at his shopdoor, with his eyes cocked knowlingly, there was a dash of the raven in him," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"41. So long as the fire of soul is kindled at the taper of conviviality, and the wing of a friendship never moults a feather," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"42. Any man may be in good spirits and good temper when he's well dressed. There ain't much credit in that," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"43. He was very dirty, and very jaunty; very bold and very mean; very swaggering and very slinking," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"44. He was very honourable, Traddles was, and held it as a solemn duty in the boys to stand by one another," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"45. He was not like youth, he was not like age, he was not like anything in the world but a model of deportment," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"46. A meek, small, spare, old man, he was a very Hercules, this Toby, in his good intentions," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"47. Now, what'll you read on? Thank you, Sir, I generally do it on gin and water," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"48. If my mother-in-law breaks his pipe, he steps out and gets another. That's philosophy, Sir, ain't it?" Dickens' Gallery.

4

"49. The gout, Sir, just you marry a widder as has got a good loud woice, and you'll never have the gout again," Dickens' Gallery.

4

"50. There is not an angel added to the Host of Heaven but does its blessed work on earth in those that loved it here. - C.D.," Dickens' Gallery.

4

Godfrey Phillips Ltd.

Volume

"The Scotchman," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Black Toucan," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Parallel Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Can You Read This?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Cubes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Birds," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Grey Smudges," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Rabbit," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Disappearing Line," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Do These Wheels Revolve?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Elusive Line," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Illusion of Distance," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Stairs," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Distorted Oblongs," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Diamond?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Contrast," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Spiral," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Which is the Longer?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Perfect Square," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Hexagons or Circles?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Circles," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Illusion of Area," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Colour Contrast," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Squares," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

H. Mandelbaum.

Volume

"Actor".

1

"Crank".

1

"Mechanic".

2

Imperial Tobacco Co.

Volume

"Ancient Britons, about 50 B.C.," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Roman War-Galley on the Thames, A.D. 296," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Constantine the Great in London, A.D. 306," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Market in Roman London, about A.D. 400," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"New Year Festival in Roman London," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Saxons Entering London, about A.D. 450," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Alfred the Great Rebuilding the Walls of London, 886," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Canute Conveying his Ships round London, 1016," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Edward the Confessor Rebuilds Westminster Abbey 1060," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"William the Conqueror Granting a Charter to London, 1066," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Tower of London," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Queen Eleanor's Funeral procession, 1290," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Marching Watch, about 1350," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Canterbury Pilgrims, about 1380," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"A Joust on London Bridge, 1390," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Dick Whittington and Henry V, 1421," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Quarrel in the Temple Gardens, 1455," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Old London Bridge: The Drawbridge. 1428," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Caxton's Press at Westminster, 1477," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Latimer at Paul's Cross, 1548," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"In the Nave of Old St. Paul's, about 1570," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Opening of the first Royal Exchange," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Old London Bridge: Nonesuch House, 1577," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Bull-Baiting on the Ice, Southwark, 1608," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Great Plague, 1665," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Great Fire, 1666," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Playing at Pall-Mall, about 1680," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Great Frost on the Thames, 1683," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Sir Christopher Wren at St. Paul's, about 1684," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Defoe in the Pillory, 1704," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Old East India Wharf, about 1720," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Concert in Vauxhall Gardens, 1732," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Ranelagh Gardens, 1742," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Dr. Johnson at the 'Mitre,' about 1764," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Pantheon, 1772," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Cockpit at Westminster, about 1797," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Fleet Prison, about 1800," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Model Warships on the Serpentine, 1814," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Shillibeer's First Omnibus, 1829," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The West India Docks in 1830," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"London's First Motorbuses, 1833," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Temple Bar, 1835," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Burning of the Royal Exchange, 1838," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Great Exhibition, 1851," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The First London Trams, 1861," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Somerset House before the Construction of the Embankment, 1862," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Old Regent Street, about 1886," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"Sir Douglas Haig at the Cenotaph, 1919," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"The Port of London Authority, 1934. 150-ton Floating Crane," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

"London's Air Port, 1934," The Story of London: A Series of 50.

4

John Player & Sons.

Volume

"Old Chairs to Mend," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Sweet China Oranges, Sweet China," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Hot Spice Gingerbread, Smoking Hot!" Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Two Bunches a Penny Primroses, two Bunches a Penny," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Turnips and Carrots ho," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"A New Love Song only Ha'penny a Piece," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Do You Want any Matches?" Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"New Mackerel, New Mackerel," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Milk below Maids," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Knives, Scissars, and Razors to Grind," Cries of London: a series of 10 (3 copies).

1

"Hair-Brooms!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

1 2

"Six Bunches a Penny, Sweet Lavender," Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

2 1

"Water-cresses!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

2 1

"Fresh Gathered Peas Young Hastings," Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

2 1

"Round & Sound, Fivepence a Pound, Duke Cherries!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

2 1

"Strawberrys, Scarlet Strawberrys," Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

2 1

"Baking or Boiling Apples!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (2 copies).

2 1

"Bellows to Mend!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

1 2

"Band-Boxes!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

1 2

"Baskets!" Cries of London: a second series of 10 (3 copies).

1 2

"Captain Cuttle" Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Mr. Pickwick," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Sam Weller," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Sergt. Buzfuz," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"The Artful Dodger," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Sally Brass," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Fagin," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Nell," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Mr. Micawber," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Tony Weller," Characters from Dickens: 10 subjects.

1

"Probiscis Monkey," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Lion," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Snow Leopard or Ounce," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Tiger," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Pumas," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"King-Penguins," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Asiatic Elephant," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"American Bison," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Polar Bear," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Black Leopard," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Hippopotamus," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Gorilla," Natural History: a series of 12.

1

"Baskets!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).



"Band Boxes!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Six Bunches a Penny, Sweet Lavender!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Sand, ho!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Rabbits!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Baking or Boiling Apples!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Bellows to Mend!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Cat's and Dog's Meat!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Hair Brooms," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Water Cresses!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Dust, Ho!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Sweep Soot, Ho!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Strawberrys Scarlet Strawberrys," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"New Mackrel, New Mackrel," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Do You Want any Matches?" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Turnips and Carrots Ho," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Two Bunches a Penny Primroses, two Bunches a Penny," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Round & Sound, Fivepence a Pound Duke Cherries," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Hot Spice Gingerbread Smoking Hot!" Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Fresh Gathered Peas Young Hastings," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Knives, Scissars, and Razors to Grind," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Old Chairs to Mend," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2 2

"Sweet China Oranges, Sweet China," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Milk below Maids," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"A New Love Song, only Ha'penny a Piece," Cries of London: a series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Door Mats, want?" Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"New Potatoes," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Old Cloaks, Suits or Coats," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Fair Lemons and Oranges," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Small Coale," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy my Four Ropes of Hard Onyons," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy a Fine Singing Bird," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy my Fine Singing Glasses," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy my Dutch Biskets," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"A Brass Pot or an Iron Pot to Mend," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"Any Work for John Cooper," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy my Curds and Whey," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Cowcumbers to Pickle," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Ripe Asparagus," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy my Fat Chickens," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Fine Writing Ink," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Diddle, Diddle, Diddle, Dumplens, ho!" Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

Twelve Pence a Peck, Oysters!" Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Maids, Buy a Mop," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Knives, Combs or Inkhornes," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Buy my Right Yorkshire Cakes, Buy my Muffins," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Wood, Three Bundles a Penny," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Hot Peas," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Windmills," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (4 copies).

2

"Roasting-Jacks, Toasting-Forks, Files or Skewers," Cries of London: 2nd series of 25 (3 copies).

2

"The Artful Dodger," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Fagin," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Bumble," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Oliver Twist," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Dumkins," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Luffey," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Major Bagstock," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Jingle," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Bill Sikes," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Snodgrass," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Dick Swiveller," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Chuckster," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Sergeant Buzfuz," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Justice Stareleigh," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Job Trotter," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Pickwick," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Sam Weller," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Tony Weller," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Bob Sawyer," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Dismal Jemmy," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"The Fat Boy," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Nell," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Pecksniff," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Sairey Gamp," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Capt. Cuttle," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Short," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Quilp," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"The Marchioness," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Sampson Brass," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Sally Brass," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Codlin," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Silas Wegg," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Rogue Riderhood," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mark Tapley," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Scrooge," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Betsey Trotwood," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Murdstone," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Uriah Heep," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"David Copperfield," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Dan'l Peggotty," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Micawber," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Dombey," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mrs. Mac Stinger," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Squeers," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Fanny Squeers," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Newman Noggs," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Turveydrop," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Jo," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Bucket," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

"Mr. Chadband," Characters From Dickens: A Series of 50.

3

Lambert & Butler.

Volume

"Baked Chestnuts!" London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"A Billingsgate Porter," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Boot-Black," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The 'Cabby'," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"Catch 'em Alive!" London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Chair-Mender," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Coffee-Stall Keeper," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Cornet Player," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Covent Garden Porter," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Crossing Sweeper," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Flower Seller," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Hyde Park Orator," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Ice-Cream Vendor," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Kerbstone Trader," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Knife-Grinder," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Muffin Man," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Newsboy," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Old Fish-Stall Keeper," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Organ Grinder," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Pavement Artist," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Quack Medicine Man," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Rag and Bone Man," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Sandwich Man," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"Street Entertainers," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"The Windmill Man," London Characters: a series of 25 (2 copies).

2

"Jerry Abershaw," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Captain Avery," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Major Stede Bonnet," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Anne Bonny," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Clever Tom Clinch," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Grizel Cochrane," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Captain John Davis," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"William Davis," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Claude Duval," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Pierre le Grand," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Hawkins and Sympson," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Captain Kidd," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Maclaine and Plunkett," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Sir Henry Morgan - 1," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Sir Henry Morgan- 2," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"John Nevison," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"L'Olonnois," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Bartholomew Portugues," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Mary Read," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Captain Roberts," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Thomas Simpson," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Dick Turpin -1," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Dick Turpin- 2," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"The Brothers Weston," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

"Huffum White," Pirates & Highwaymen: A Series of 25.

4

[London Synagogue].

Volume

"No. 1 Rosh Hashanah - Apples and Honey," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 2 Israel - View of Jerusalem," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 3 Yom Kippur - Jonah," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 4 Israel - Children lining up to receive guests," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 5 Succah - Picture of the Succah," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 6 Israel - Dr. Chaim Weitzmann," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 7 Bereshit - Chatan Torah and Chatan Bereshit," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 8 Israel - Nahalal (Kibbutz in Israel)," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 9 Israel - Adloyada Procession," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 10 Israel - Flight into the new Israel," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 11 U.S.A. - George Washington," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 12 U.S.A. - Liberty Bell," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 13 U.S.A. - Rabbi David Einhorn," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 14 U.S.A. - American Synagogue," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 15 U.S.A. - Henrietta Szold," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 16 Chanukah - Menorah," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 17 U.S.A. - American Jewish Youth Group Welcoming the Sabbath," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 18 France - Rabbi Solomon bar Isaac (Rashi)," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 19 France - Moses ibn Tibbon," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 20 France - Napoleon calling a Sanhedrin together," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 21 France - Capt. Alfred Dreyfus," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 22 France - Synagogue in Strasbourg," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 23 France - Bible Class at an Alliance School in Rabat, Morocco," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 24 England - Menasseh ben Israel and Cromwell," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 25 England - Interior of The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue in Bevis marks," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 26 England - The silver salver," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 27 England - Baron Lionel de Rothschild," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 28 England- Sir Moses Montefiore," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 29 England - East End of London," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 30 Eastern Europe - King of the Chazars," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 31 Purim - King Ahasuerus and Haman," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 32 Eastern Europe - Jews of Poland," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 33 Eastern Europe - Rabbi Israel Bal Shem Tov and the Hassidim," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 34 Eastern Europe - Isaac Loeb Peretz," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 35 Eastern Europe - Children attending school in a Cheder," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 36 Pesach - Chad Gadya," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 37 Eastern Europe - Jewish quarters attacked," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 38 Italy - Arch of Titus seven-branched candelabrum," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 39 Italy - Rabbi Akiba and Roman Emperor," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 40 Italy - Soncino printing press," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 41 Italy - Behat David Reubeni," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 42 Italy - Roman ghetto," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 43 Shavuoth - Ruth and Boaz in the fields," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 44 Italy - Marranoes leaving for Israel," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 45 Central Europe - Altneuschule Synagogue," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 46 Central Europe - Rabbi Beir of Rothenburg," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 47 Central Europe - Susskind of Trimberg," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 48 Central Europe - Mayer Anshel Rothschild," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 50 Central Europe - Jewish Centre on the right and a Synagogue in the Fasanenstrasse, Berlin on the left," Jewish Life in Many Lands: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 1 'May you be inscribed for a good year'," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 2 Moses on Mt. Nebo," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 3 Yom Kippur," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 4 Lulav," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 5 Succah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 6 Rejoicing the Torah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 7 Aran Ha-Kodesh," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 8 Noah's Ark," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 9 Menorah on Arch of Titus," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 10 Challoth," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 11 Mezuzah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 12 Wine in Kiddush cup," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 13 Ner Tamid," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 14 Havdalah Ceremony," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 15 Dead Sea Scrolls," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 16 Menorah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 17 Sabbath candles," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 18 Tallit," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 19 Choshen," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 20 Birkat Hamazon," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 21 Coin of Bar Kochba," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 22 Planting saplings on the 15th of Shevat," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 23 Keter Torah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 24 The Wailing Wall in Jerusalem," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 25 Yad or Torah pointer," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50 (2 copies).

3

"No. 26 Megillah (Scroll of Esther)," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 27 Tefillin," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 28 Rimmonim," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 29 Moabite Stone," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 30 Jeremiah and Baruch," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 31 Seder plate," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 32 Children of Israel leaving Egypt," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 33 Six orders of the Mishnah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 34 Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides)," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 35 Rabbi Dr. Leo Black," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 36 6th century synagogue in Beth Alpha, Israel," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 37 Wood Synagogue," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 38 Tzedakah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 39 First words of the Ten Commandments," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 40 Haghbadah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 41 Tabernacle," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 42 Two spies of Moses returning from Canaan," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 43 Theodor Herzi," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 44 Twelve Tribes of Israel," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 45 Interior of a Synagogue," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 46 Elijah," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 47 Jewish wedding," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 48 The Temple at Jerusalem," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 49 'Hear O Israel the Lord your God, the Lord is One'," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

"No. 50 Boy studying Jewish literature," Jewish Symbols and Ceremonies: A Series of 50.

3

Major Drapkin & Co.

Volume

"The Sliding Pole," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Revolving Wheels," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"How Own Size?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Deceptive Fishing Rod," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Mysterious Railings," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Barrel Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Cube Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Ghostly Squares," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Illusion of Distance," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Bent or Straight," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Targets," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Square Circle," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Honeycomb Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Circles," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Disappearing Aeroplane," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Multiplying Poles," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Bent Legs?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Rod Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Are the Boards Parallel," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Persistence of Vision," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"An Illusion of Perspective," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Moving Engine," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Turning Aeroplane," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Coin Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Landscapes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Sliding Pole," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Revolving Wheels," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"His own Size?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Deceptive Fishing Rod," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Mysterious Railings," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Barrel Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Illusion of Distance," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Ghostly Squares," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Cube Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Bent or Straight?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Targets," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Square Circle," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Honeycomb Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Circles," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Disappearing Aeroplane," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Rod Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Bent Legs?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Multiplying Poles," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Are the Boards Parallel?" Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Persistence of Vision," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"An Illusion of Perspective," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Moving Engine," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Turning Aeroplane," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Coin Illusion," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Two Landscapes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

Ogden's.

Volume

"Charing Cross," London Street Scene.

3

"Triangular Square," London Street Scene.

3

"Strand," London Street Scene.

3

"Mansion House Square," London Street Scene.

3

"Smithfield gardens," London Street Scene.

3

"Royal Exchange," London Street Scene.

3

"A Wet Day," London Street Scene.

3

"L. Bathait".

3

"Mr. Brooks".

3

"W. Birtwistle & G. Masters".

3

"Colliver".

3

"A.W. Harris".

3

"A.W. Horton".

3

"T. Osborne".

3

"Thistleton".

3

"R.A. Vogt.".

3

"Walter D. Willoughby".

3

"Fred Wood".

3

"The Avon at Stratford".

3

"The Beaconsfield Statue".

3

"Part of the Residency, Lucknow".

3

"Westminster Abbey".

3

"Tomb in Palace, Alwar, India".

3

"Zenana Palace, Jeypore, India".

3

"The Nerodal Pass, Norway".

3

"Lotetos, Norway".

3

"A Devonshire Otter Hunt".

3

"A Yorkshire Fox Hunt, near Whitby".

3

"An Otter Hunt in Ireland".

3

"Dr. Nansen".

3

"One of Lord Roberts' Ghoorkas".

3

"Apollo and the Python," Turner.

3

"A Country Blacksmith," Turner.

3

"Venice The Dogano," Turner.

3

"The Golden Bough," Turner.

3

"Rigulus leaving Carthage," Turner.

3

"A Snow Storm," Turner.

3

"Circles Appearing as Hexagons," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Long and Short Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Four Crooked Bars," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Nine Cubes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Light and Dark Bricks," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Deceptive Shapes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Object out of Perspective," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Spiral," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Pillars in Perspective," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Cloisters," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Book and Tube," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Circle and Dot," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Changing Arches," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Balls and Glasses," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Triangles and Star," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Letters Appearing Out of Upright," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Ball and Cup," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Cog Wheels with Rotary Movement," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Length of Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Length of Lines (View of Street)," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Lines Appearing not Parallel," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Rotary Movement," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Cheese," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"The Wire Box," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

"Deceptive Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25.

4

Rich's.

"Sporvognskondutør," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

Volume

"Postbud," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Telegrafbud," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Skorstensfejer," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Vinduespudser," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Bybud," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Brandmand," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Avismand," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Slagter," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Politibetjent," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Biografportier," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Chauffør," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Maler," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Murer," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Typograf," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Bødker," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Giarmester," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Sadelmager," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Snedker," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Tømrer," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Skomager," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Bager," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Smed," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Skræder," Gadefigure: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Maler," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Murer," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Typograf," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Bødker," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Giarmester," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Sadelmager," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Snedker," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Tømrer," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Skomager," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Bager," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Smed," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Skræder," Haandværker: Serie No. 1-12.

3

"Cykleløb," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Stadionsløb," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Flyvning," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Motorløb," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Kajakroning," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Tennis," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Kælkning," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Landevejsløbere," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Sparkstøtting," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Kaproning," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Fodbold," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Vægtløftning," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Isbaadssejlads," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Travløb," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

"Ridning," Sportsserie No. 1-15.

3

Sniders and Abrahams.

Volume

"Clark, the English Posture Master," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Small Coale," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"The Famous Dutch Woman," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Delicate Cowcumbers to Pickle," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Old Shooes for some Broomes," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Sixpence Pound, Fair Cherries," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Buy my Flounders," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"A Brass Pott or an Iron Pott to mend," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Any Card Matches or Save-alls," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Lilly White Vinegar, threepence a quart," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Madam Creswell," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Merry Andrew on the Stage," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Cotty Motty Puff," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Twelve Pence a Peck, Oysters," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"The Famous Dutch Woman," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Ripe Strawberryes," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Hott Bak'd Wardens, Hott," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"John the Quaker," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Knives, Combs or Ink Hones," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Buy a fine Singing Bird," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"London Gazette here," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Buy a New Almanack," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Oh, Rare Show," Street Criers in London 1707 (2 copies).

4

"Mountabanck," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Remember the Poor Prisoners," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Old Cloaks, Suits or Coats," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy my Dutch Biskets," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"A Nonconformist Minister," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"The Merry Milkmaid," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"A Merry New Song," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Any Bakeing Peares," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Any Kitchen Stuff have you Maids?" Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Any Old Iron take Money for," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Any work for John Cooper," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy a Fork or a Fire Shovel," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy a Rabbet, a Rabbet," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy a White Line, a Jack Line, or a Cloathes Line," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy my Fat Chickens," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy my four Ropes of Hard Onyons," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Chimney Sweep," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Crab, Crab, any Crab," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Fair Lemons and Oranges," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Fine Writing Ink," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Four for Sixpence Mackrell," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Four Paire for a Shilling, Holland Socks," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Ha, Ha, Ha, Poor jack," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Knives or Cisers to Grinde," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"New River Water," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Old Chaires to Mend," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Old Satten, Old Taffety or Velvet," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Pretty Maids, Pretty Pins, Pretty Women," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Ripe Speragas," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Maids, any Bunny Skinns," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Buy my Dish of Great Eeles," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Troop, Every-one, one," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"Oliver C. Porter," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"The Squire of Alsatia," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"The Spanish Don," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"The Merry Fidler," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

"The London Quaker," Street Criers in London 1707.

4

Turf.

Volume

"Sherlock Holmes," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Sherlock Holmes Disguised," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Dr. Watson," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Lestrade," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Miss Mary Morstan," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Tonga," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Professor Moriarty," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Lucy Ferrier," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Jefferson Hope," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Dame Ermyntrude Loring," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Sir Nigel Loring," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Miss Helen Stoner," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Dr. Grimesby Roylott," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Mother Superior," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Brigadier Gerard," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Hound of the Baskervilles," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Miss Stapleton," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Man with Twisted Lip," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Polly Hinton," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"King of Bohemia," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Mr. Jabez Wilson," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Irene Adler," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Miss Violet Hunter," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Rebecca Taylforth," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

"Miss Hatty Doran," A Series of Twenty-Five Conan Doyle Characters.

4

W. & F. Faulkner.

Volume

"Scissors to grind." Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Extry Speshul." Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Meat! Meat!" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Milk-o!" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Muffins." Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Those tormentin' flies catch em all alive." Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Will you buy my sweet Lavender?" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"D'ye w-a-a coal?" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"'Ave a teaser Mum?" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"All 'ot!" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Who'll have a cooler?" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Swe-e-p!" Grenadier Cigarettes (2 copies).

2

"Scissors to grind," Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Extry Speshul," Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Meat! Meat!" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Milk-o!" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Muffins," Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Those tormentin' flies catch em all alive," Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Will you buy my sweet Lavender?" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"D'ye w-a-a coal?" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"'Ave a teaser Mum?" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"All 'ot!" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Who'll have a cooler?" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Swe-e-p!" Grenadier Cigarettes: A Nostalgia Reprint.

2

"Up the pole," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Not arf," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Strite, no ank," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Hoo-ah-h-h!" High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"It's a bad job abart you," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Aint 'e a korf-drop," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Lor-la-me," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"What-ho! She bumps," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Garn- I wish yer meant it," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Arf a mo," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"A little bit of 'orl-rite," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Oh, chise me girls," High-Class Cigarettes.

2

"Circles Appearing as Hexagons," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Long and Short Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Four Crooked Bars," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Nine Cubes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Light and Dark Bricks," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"The Deceptive Shapes," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Object Out of Perspective," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Spiral," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Pillars in Perspective," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Cloisters," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Book and Tube," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Circle and Dot," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Changing Arches," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Balls and Glasses," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Triangles and Star," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Letters Appearing Out of Upright," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Ball and Cup," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Cog Wheels with Rotary Movement," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Length of Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Length of Lines (View of Street)," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Lines Appearing not Parallel," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Rotary Movement," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Cheese," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"The Wire Box," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

"Deceptive Lines," Optical Illusions: A Series of 25 (2 copies).

4

West Riding County Council.

Volume

"Open Windows, when sleeping," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"A Hot Bath (frequently) keeps the Skin clean," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Breathe Deeply and Purify the Blood," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Cultivate Cheerfulness," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Walk in the Sunlight. Sunshine is the best Medicine," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Never Drink from Unknown Streams," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Employ the Mind. A hobby is always good," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Keep out of doors all you can (in all weathers)," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Always rise early if well," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Don't strain the Eyes by reading in a bad light," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Climb it! The ladder to health," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"The Chain of Life. Polish your Chain with Sunshine," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Keep Your Health Star Shining," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Health Crusade," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Health's Cardinal Points," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Keep it Well in Hand. Health," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Health Needs a Firm Foundation. Health Gives a Longer and Happier Life," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Exit King Microbe!" Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"'Swot' the Flies," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

"Be sure and clean the teeth," Health Card: a series of 20.

3

Series II. Trade cards.

Au Bon Marché.

Volume

"Chez l'artiste".

1

"Chez l'avocat".

1

"Chez le cartomancienne".

1

"Chez le costumier".

1

"Chez le luthier".

1

"Chez le maitre de maintien".

1

"L'Arrachauer de Tents" (2 copies).

1

"L'Ecaillere" (2 copies).

1

"Le Chanteur de complaintes" (2 copies).

1

"Le Coiffeur" (2 copies).

1

"L'Ecrivan public" (2 copies).

1

"Le Marchande à la toilette" (2 copies).

1

"Le Passeur de ruisseaux" (2 copies).

1

"Le Peintre d'enseignes" (2 copies).

1

"La Danse des Chiens," by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"La Marchande de Coco" by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"La March de Cerises," by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"La March de d'Eau de vie," by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"Le Coup de Vent," by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"Le Gastronome," by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"L'Equilibre du Verre," by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"Le Tour de Barbe d'un Charbonnier" by Carle Vernet (1758-1835).

1

"La Blanchisseuse," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"La Fontaine," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"La Gouvernante," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"La Ménagère," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"La Mère Laborieuse," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"Le Négligé," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"L'Œconome," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

"Le Pardon," Chardin (1699-1779).

1

J. Minot Prints (6 cards).

1

"No. 1," Nos Fillettes.

1

"No. 2," Nos Fillettes.

1

"No. 3," Nos Fillettes.

1

"No. 4," Nos Fillettes.

1

"No. 5," Nos Fillettes.

1

"No. 6," Nos Fillettes.

1

"A la Crême," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"A racomoder les vieux Louflets," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"A ramoner du haut en bas," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"Balais Balais," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"Chaudronier-Chaudronier," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"Des Noisettes au litron," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"Des patez, des talmouses toutes chaudes," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"Le Rémouleur," by Boucher (1703-1770).

2

"Allumeur de Reverberes," Carle Vernet.

2

"Bouquetière," Carle Vernet.

2

"Joueur de Marionnettes," Carle Vernet.

2

"Marchand de Cartons," Carle Vernet.

2

"Marchand de Pain d'Épices," Carle Vernet.

2

"Marchande de Mouchoirs," Carle Vernet.

2

"Marchande de Moulin a Vent," Carle Vernet.

2

"Marchande d'Oranges," Carle Vernet.

2

Central Electric Authority.

Volume

"Chemist".

4

"Demonstrator".

4

"Draughtsman".

4

"Control Engineer".

4

"Efficiency Engineer".

4

"Electrician".

4

"Linesman".

4

"Meter Mechanician".

4

"Power Station Superintendent".

4

"Turbine Driver".

4

Currier and Ives trade cards, circa 1835 -1907.

Early Comics.

Volume

"A Crack Trotter Between the Heats," J.D. Fisk & Co.

5

"A Crack Trotter, in the Harness of the Period," E.&R. Mead, Jr., &Co.

5

"A Crack Trotter, in the Harness of the Period" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"A Crack Trotter Between the Heats" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"A Crack Trotter Between the Heats," (No Advertiser).

5

"A Post Horse," (No Advertiser).

5

"Getting a Hoist" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Spunk Versus Science," McAvoy Bros.

5

"The Boss of the Road," (No Advertiser).

5

General Advertising Cards.

Volume

"A Road Team at A 'Twenty Gait,'" (No Advertiser).

5

"The Hat That Makes the Man," George W. Foster.

5

"The Old Suit and the New," James. B. Brown, Agent, Hot Air Furnaces, Stoves, Crockery, and Glassware.

5

"The Old Suit and the New," (No Advertiser).

5

"Trotters on the Snow" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Trotters on the Snow," (No Advertiser).

5

"Trotters on the Snow," P. Trimble, Liquors & Cigars.

5

General Comics.

Volume

"A Crowning Match," (No Advertiser).

5

"Bound to Hear Beecher," (No Advertiser).

5

"Fair Moon to Thee I Sing," (No Advertiser).

5

"Frolicsome Kits," (No Advertiser).

5

"Frolicsome Kits," Frank Smith, Wholesale and retail Dealer in Fruit, Confectionery, and Toys.

5

"Giving Him Taffy," Luhs & Ballin, Artistic Furniture Decorations, Steel Engravings, & Colored Photographs, Gold & Ebonized Frames.

5

"Giving Him Taffy," Uhlinger and Son, Furniture Dealers.

5

"I Will Not Ask To Press That Cheek," (No Advertiser) (2 copies).

5

"The Dawn of Love," (No Advertiser).

5

"'Twas a Calm Still Night," Woodman & Ellis (2 copies).

5

Horse Comics.

Volume

"A Regular Hummer" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"A Regular Hummer" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"A Regular Hummer," N.H. Leavitt, Dealer in Horses, Carriages, Harnesses, Sleighs, Watches, &c.

5

"A Side Wheeler Bustin a Trotter" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"A Side Wheeler Bustin a Trotter" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Blood Will Tell" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Blood Will Tell" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"Blood Will Tell," (No Advertiser).

5

"Bolted!" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Bolted!" Dey's Harness, Collars, Blankets, Robes, Fly-Nets, and Horse Goods Generally.

5

"Bound to Shine!" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Bound to Shine!" (No Advertiser).

5

"Bulldozed!" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Bulldozed!" (No Advertiser).

5

"Bulldozed!" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"Going to the Front" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Going to the Front" (No Advertiser).

5

"Hung Up, With the Starch Out" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Hung Up, With the Starch Out" Clark's Spool Cotton.

5

"In and Out of Condition" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"In and Out of Condition" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"In and Out of Condition," (No Advertiser).

5

"Laying Back, Stiff for a Brush" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"Laying Back, Stiff for a Brush" (No Advertiser).

5

"Laying Back, Stiff for a Brush" Dudley & Co's Popular Low Priced Clothing House.

5

"The Crowd that 'Scooped' the Pools," Ezra W. Kimball.

5

"The Crowd that 'Scooped' the Pools," A.O Packard, Provisions, Meats and Country Produce.

5

"The Crowd that 'Scooped' the Pools" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"The Deacon's Mare" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"The Deacon's Mare" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"The Deacon's Mare," Clark's Spool Cotton.

5

"The Horse Shed Stakes" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"The Horse Shed Stakes" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"The Horse Shed Stakes" Clark's Spool Cotton.

5

"The Parson's Colt" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"The Parson's Colt" C.H. Simmons, Abingdon Boarding & Livery Stables.

5

"The 'Sports' Who Lost Their Tin" Dudley & Co's Popular Low Priced Clothing House.

5

"The 'Sports' Who Lost Their Tin" (No Advertiser).

5

"The 'Sports' Who Lost Their Tin" A.J. Gould Fine Pastry and Confections.

5

"We Parted on the Hillside".

5

Horses - Thoroughbred.

Volume

"Falsetto" (No Advertiser).

5

"Foxhall, Winner of the Grand Prize of Paris, 1881" Vulcan Horse Shoe Nails.

5

"Hindo, Winner of Kentucky Derby, 1881" (No Advertiser).

5

"Iroquois, Winner of the Epson Derby 1881" (No Advertiser).

5

"Longfellow" Vulcan Horse Shoe Nails.

5

"Luke Blackburn," (No Advertiser).

5

"Mollie McCarthy," (No Advertiser).

5

"Spendthrift" Vulcan Horse Shoe Nails.

5

"Tom Bowling," A1 Cough Syrup.

5

Horses - Trotters.

Volume

"Amy - Property of C.C. Warren, Private trial 2:15, Public Record 2:20 1/4," C.C. Warren, Lion Harness and Rein Leathers.

5

"Bonesetter, Record 2:19," (No Advertiser).

5

"Clingstone, Record 2:14," A1 Cough Syrup.

5

"Hattie Woodward, Record 2:15 1/2" (No Advertiser).

5

"Hattie Woodward, Record 2:15 1/2," Spring Trotting Meeting, Kenosha, Wis - May 23, 24, and 25, 1882.

5

"Hopeful, Record 2:16 1/2 to Wagon" (No Advertiser).

5

"Mattie Hunter, -Pacer- Record 2:15," Cedar Rapids Races - September 20, 21, 22, & 23.

5

"Monroe Chief, Record 2:18 1/4," (No Advertiser).

5

"Rarus, Record 2:13 1/4," C. Truex - Harness, Blankets, Robes, Whips &c.

5

"Rarus, Record 2:13 1/4," Barto Bros., Wine and Liquor Dealers.

5

"Sleepy Tom, -Pacer- Record 2:12 1/4," Chas. M. O'Brien, Practical Horse Shoer.

5

"Sorrel Dan, -Pacer- Record 2:14," Winne, Burdick & Co., Dealers in Saddlery & Carriage Materials.

5

"The Trotting King - St. Julien - Record 2:11 1/4," (No Advertiser).

5

"The Trotting King -St. Julien - Record 2:11 1/4," R.C. Hayward, Grocer.

5

"The Trotting Queen - Maud S. - Record 2:10 3/4," Higgins [corruption on card] & Co.

5

"The Trotting Queen - Maud S. - Record 2:10 3/4," R.C. Hayward, Grocer.

5

"Trinket, Record 2:14," C.C. Warren, Lion Harness and Rein Leathers.

5

"Trinket, Record 2:19 3/4," Spring Trotting Meeting, Kenosha, Wis - May 23, 24, and 25, 1882.

5

"Wedgewood, Record 2:19" (No Advertiser).

5

Sport Comics.

Volume

"A Bad Point on a Good Pointer," A. Luhs' Manufacturer of and Dealer in Looking Glasses, Fine Veneers, Gilt & Walnut Frames, Also, Chromos, Steel Engravings and Lithographs.

5

"A Bad Point on a Good Pointer," (No Advertiser).

5

"A Bad Point on a Good Pointer," L.E. Wright, Popular Hardware Store.

5

"A Bare Chance," (No Advertiser).

5

"A Bare Chance," Hutchins' Variety Store.

5

"A Bite All Round," CHas. H. Williston, Practical Roofer and Concrete Walk Layer.

5

"Amateur Muscle in the Shell," (No Advertiser).

5

"Between Two Fires," (No Advertiser) (2 copies).

5

"Black Duck Shooting," (No Advertiser).

5

"Caught Napping," (No Advertiser).

5

"Caught on the Fly," (No Advertiser) (2 copies).

5

"No Ma'am, I Didn't Come to Shoot Birds!" (No Advertiser).

5

"The First Bird of the Season," Edwin N. Rice, Fine Boots and Shoes.

5

"The First Bird of the Season," J.D. Fisk & Co.

5

"The First Bird of the Season," Frank Smith, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fruit, Confectionery, and Toys.

5

"The Graces of the Bicycle," (No Advertiser).

5

Tobacco Titles.

Volume

"A Capital Cigar," (No Advertiser).

5

"A Smoking Run," Clark's Spool Cotton (2 copies).

5

"A Smoking Run," (No Advertiser).

5

"A Sociable Smoke," Clark's Spool Cotton.

5

"Cupid's Own," Geo F. Young & Bro.

5

"Good Luck to Ye," (No Advertiser).

5

"Good Luck to Ye," Eddy & Chapman, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &c.

5

"Jockey Club," Clark's Spool Cotton.

5

"The Jolly Smoker," (No Advertiser).

5

"No, No, Fido!" (No Advertiser).

5

"Perfect Bliss," (No Advertiser).

5

"Taking Breath," (No Advertiser).

5

"Taking Breath," Murray, Spink & Co., Jobbers of Fancy Goods, Small Wares, Clocks & Jewelry, Show Cases, All Kinds.

5

"Taking it Easy," Geo F. Young & Bro.

5

"The Pet of the Fancy," (No Advertiser).

5

"The Queen's Own," W. F. Wheaton, Printer and Stationer.

5

"The Young Cadets," (No Advertiser).

5

"Tip Top!" (No Advertiser).

5

"Where Do You Buy Your Cigars?" (No Advertiser) (2 copies).

5

"Where Do You Buy Your Cigars?" Horace Partridge & Co., Importer of Wax, Parian, China and other Dolls.

5

"Where Do You Buy Your Cigars?" Murray, Spink & Co., Jobbers of Fancy Goods, Small Wares, Clocks & Jewelry, Show Cases, All Kinds.

5

"Which Donkey Shall I Take?" (No Advertiser).

5

Train Views.

Volume

(No Title), Lansing's Railway.

5

View Titles.

Volume

"The Arched Bridge," (No Advertiser).

5

"Winter Twilight," Dr. Friend's Cough Balsam.

5

Views - New York.

Volume

"The Great East River Suspension Bridge," B.M. Cowperthwait & Co.

5

Private Design.

Volume

"A Wise Child," Straiton & Storm's Cigars (3 copies).

5

"Darktown Fire brigade - Hook and Ladder Practice," Clarence Brooks & Co. Varnishes (2 copies).

5

"Darktown Fire Brigade - Under Full Steam," Clarence Brooks & Co. Varnishes.

5

"Draw Poker - Laying For 'Em Sharp," Clarence Brooks & Co. Varnishes.

5

"Draw Poker - Getting 'Em Lively," Clarence Brooks & Co. Varnishes.

5

"Got 'Em Both!" Clarence Brooks & Co. Varnishes.

5

"Two to Go!" Clarence Brooks & Co. Varnishes.

5

(No Title), People's Evening Line, M.B. Waters, Special Trains.

5

Guerin-Boutron trade cards.

Volume

"Ancien député en liberté représentant suffisament accepterait bien représentation quelconque," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Bon Domestique demande place. Prétentions des plus modestes. N'accepterait même pas de gages, désirant être décoré pour services exceptionnels!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Bonne à tout faire cherche une place où madam n'ait pas la déplorable habitude de vérifier le livre de dépenses," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Bonne à tout faire sachant faire danser l'anse du panier demande place chez quelqu'un ayant goûts choréographiques," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Cantatrice ayant autrefois charmé les principales cours de l'Europe, demande instrumentiste pour l'accompagner maintenant dans les cours de Paris," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Capitaliste offre au dessous du pair actions sur les mines d'or de la Lune - y a fait de nombreux trous en pleine exploitation. (Placement de tout repos)," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Cassier ayant le goût des déplacements demande emploi. Conviendrait à négociant aimant à courir après son argent!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Célèbre medecin americain demande malades de bonne volonté pour expérimenter un remède qu'il a inventé. Surtout ne pas confondre avec les autres charlatans," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Célibataire jusqu'à présent endurci, mais commençant à se ramollir désire épouser jeune personne dévouée. (Avenir assuré)," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Clerc de notaire demande commanditaire pour acheter l'étude de son patron, que vient de filer en Belgique. A l'occasion ferait comme lui," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Cocher de bonne maison demande place. Promet de toujours conduire ses maîtres dans le bon chemin," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Cocher de fiagre, dégoûté de son métier, désire emploi où il puisse continuer à embêter le bourgeois. Celui de concierge ferait tré-bien son affaire!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Commercant gêné ayant mis au clou tout ce qu'il pouvait décemment y mettre, pour faire face à ses échéances endosserait volontiers les effets qu'on voudrait bien lui présenter," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Cuisiner sachant faire tourner toutes les sauces demande place dans Maison où son talent serait récompensé... il le mérite," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Cuisinére sachant accommoder les restes demande place dans maison où les maîtres à leur tour, s'en accommoderaient!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Dame distinguée cliente assidue des grands magasins demande quelqu'en pour l'accompagner et surtout...payer ses emplettes," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Dame instruite et distinguée cherche situation d'avenir conviendrait comme dame de compagnie à Mr. veuf, jeune encore, mais consolable," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Dame intelligentr épouserait monsieur décoratif et en situation d'être décoré. (Ferait son possible pour hater cet heureux événement," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Dame libre entrerait en rapport avec banquier pouvant lui faire convertire ses mauvaises actions en excellentes obligations!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Dame mûre demande emploi en rapport avec ses avantages physiques. Sans exagération peut prétendre à être femme de chagre," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Dame veuve passant son temps a regretter son mari serait reconnaissante à qui lui procurerait une autre occupation!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Employé appartenant a une administration d'utilitié publique changerait volontiers de partie. Entrerait de préférance dans bonne maison de parfumerie!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Employé de bonne tenue, sortant d'une des plus importantes maisons...Centrales de France demande emploi de cassier ou autre de confiance," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Employé en digrâce imméritée demande à faire des courses pendant sa mise à pied. Porterait des paquets ayant l'habitude d'en recevoir!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Ex-sujet de behanzin ayant pris goût à la civilisation et surtout à la cuisine francaise cherche pension confortable. Ne paierait pas en monnaie, mais en leçons de danses de son pays," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Financier n'ayant en vue que le bien d'autrui désire écouler les titres d'une société fondée pour l'exploitation...des acctionnaires," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Fonctionnaire réellement utile à la société sollicite un poste supérieur dans la diplomatie. En a assez d'être chargé d'affaires," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Frotteur robuste, auvergnat offre ses services à personne infirme, qui aurait besoin de faire frotter ses douleurs," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Fumiste fin de siécle recommande les produits de sa fabrication aux clients ou pari mutuel qui voudraient avoir de bons tuyaux," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Garçon de recettes se met à la disposition de Messieurs les députés pour l'encaissement de leurs valeurs chéques, etc...discrétion," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Homme sérieux désire place de sommelier dans maison ayant cave bien montée. Capacité garantie!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Inventeur ayant trouvé le moyen de détruire le genre humain cherche bailleur de fonds pour expérimenter en grand son invention!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Jeune fille a marier de suite. Grosse dot pouvantau besoin servir à redorer un blason défraîchi," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Jeune fille de la campagne, ayant l'habitude des animaux désire entrer en service à Paris, comme bonne d'enfants," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Jeune fille ingénue demande place de servante chez vieux mansieur riche, sons héritiers, qu'elle consentirait a remplacer," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Jeune homme arrivant de provine demande emploi qui lui procure la satisfaction de devenir un Monsier," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Jeune homme sachant raser entrerait au service de Monsieur Avocat ou Député parfaitement apte à remplacer son patron," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Leçons de maintien par une jeune dame distinguée avis aux familles," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Maître d'hôtel disposant des meilleures références désire place dans riche famille où il puisse tranquillement faire son beurre," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Mariages riches par l'intermédiaure absolument disintéressé d'une dame ayant les relations les plus étendues dans le grand monde!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Marin à la veille d'avoir son congé, demande place de préférence pour rester dans ses habitudes, chez quelqu'un faisant partie de la population flottante de Paris," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Nourrice sur lieu jouissant d'une robuste sante demande nourrisson d'appétit modéré!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Palefrenier avant eu l'honneur d'être attaché au service d'un vainqueur du Grand Prix accorderait sa collaboration à Journal du Sport," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Pension de famille clienté le de choix il y a des huîtres à chaque repas. (English spoken)," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Professeur de boxe et de savate demande élèves capables d'utiliser ses leçons," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Recherches dans l'intérêt des familles par ex-commissaire de police, révoqué pour excés de zéle. (Discrétion non garantie)," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Soldat de la classe désire trouver à sa libération emploi de paillasse ou autre dans théâtre forain. Est habitué aux planches," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Sous-off instruit allant quitter le régiment demande emploi de comptable dans maison importante tiendrait ses livres aussi bienque sa personne," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Une concierge regrettée de toutes les bonnes qui l'ont connue demande place dans maison où elle pourrait continuer à faire des potins pour occuper ses loisirs," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Une parisienne de paris désirant étendre ses connaissances en geographie demande place pour voyager...en Sleeping-Car," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un homme robuste entrerait chez médecin désirant se former clientèle pour y remplir l'office de malade guéri," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un monsieur demande place quelconque. Conviendrait surtout pour Caissier, étant malheureusement incapable de lever le pied," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un monsieur du meilleur monde demande situation d'avenire exempte de toute fatigue, mais bien rétibuée! Références," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un monsieur possédant beaucoup de châteaux en Espagne, mais se trouveant en France actuellement sans domicile désire emprunter sur ses propriétés," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un monsieur retour de Monaco désire trouver un bailleur de fonds afin d'y retourner expérimenter une nouvelle combinaison infaillible pour faire sauter la banque," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un monsieur titré épouserait demoiselle bourgeoise. Passerait sur défauts quelconques, mais dot considéraie exigée! (Sérieux)," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Un pauvre homme chargé de famille demande de suite emploi quelconque de préférence dans l'alimenation," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Valet de chambre demande place dans un Journal. S'entendrait beaucoup mieux qu'un rédactuer à faire le salon," Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

"Valet de pied habitué au grand monde demande place dans famille aristocratique. Pas exigeant sur les gages, mais des Égards!!!" Série de 84 Sujets Annonces.

3

Liebig's Company trade cards, circa 1870 -1975.

Volume

"Agriculture".

6

"Agriculture".

6

"Ardoisiers réparant le toit d'une tour," Métiers Dangereux.

6

"Art".

6

"Beaux-Arts".

6

"Besuch eines Fürsten in einer Waffenschmiede die neueste Rüstung betrachtend, an welcher Kürschner, Sattler und Grobenschmiede zünftig mitgearbeitet haben," Die Zünfte des Mittelalters.

6

"Buchdrucker, Buchbinder, Maier, Goldschmied und Uhrmacher bewundern ein fertiggestelltes Prachtwerk, an weichem dieseiben mitgearbeitet haben," Die Zünfte des Mittelalters.

6

"Comment on contectionne des 'curiosités' à Hongkong," Professions Originales En Plein Air.

6

"Commerce".

6

"Fanciulli chinesi che conducono un canotto," Episodi Della Vita Dei Fanciulli.

6

"Fanciulli Italiani," Episodi Della Vita Dei Fanciulli.

6

"Fanciulli messicani occupali nella raccolta degli ananas," Episodi Della Vita Dei Fanciulli.

6

"Fanciulle more alla scuola di ricamo," Episodi Della Vita Dei Fanciulli.

6

"Grundsteinlegung eines Rathauses - Maurer, Zimmerleute, Schlosser, Tischler, Dachdecker, Kupferschmiede und Glaser sind mit ihren Zunftbannern zugegen," Die Zünfte des Mittelalters.

6

"Guerre".

6

"Guida per ciechi e fattorino alle Indie," Episodi Della Vita Dei Fanciulli.

6

"Industrie".

6

"Instruction Publique".

6

"Justice".

6

"La coulée dans une fonderie," Métiers Dangereux.

6

"La tresseur de sandales à Serajewo," Professions Originales En Plein Air.

6

"Marine".

6

"Mateiots risant les voiles dans une tempête hivernale," Métiers Dangereux.

6

"Mercante Chinese".

6

"Mercante Italiano".

6

"Mercante Persiano".

6

"Mercante Svedese".

6

"Mercante Tirolese".

6

"Mercante Turco".

6

"Müller, Bäcker und Böticher halten beim Brauer nach Feierabend einen Probatrunk ab," Die Zünfte des Mittelalters.

6

"Navigation".

6

"Pompier avec douche, appareil d'oxygène et costume en amiante," Métiers Dangereux.

6

"Réparation d'une conduite électrique à haute tension," Métiers Dangereux.

6

"Scaphandriers renflouant une épave," Métiers Dangereux.

6

"Science".

6

"Slovaques nomades raccommodeurs de vaisselle," Professions Originales En Plein Air.

6

"Strilloni a New York," Episodi Della Vita Dei Fanciulli.

6

"Un barbier dans une rue de Malaga," Professions Originales En Plein Air.

6

"Un dentiste ambulant au Maroc," Professions Originales En Plein Air.

6

"Un Sicilien raccommodant des parapluies," Professions Originales En Plein Air.

6

"Weber, Schneider, Hutmacher und Knopfmacher beim Färber Bestellungen machend," Die Zünfte des Mittelalters.

6

"Zunftberatung - Schlächter, gerber, Seifensieder, Schuhmacher, Handschuhmacher und Barbiers, Warenpreise festsetzend," Die Zünfte des Mittelalters.

6

"1) Dans la salle de rédaction," La Confection d'Un Journal Illustré.

6

"2) Atelier de reproduction photographique," La Confection d'Un Journal Illustré.

6

"3) Atelier de composition des textes," La Confection d'Un Journal Illustré.

6

"4) Presse à main pour tirer les épreuves," La Confection d'Un Journal Illustré.

6

"5) Rotative chromo-typographique," La Confection d'Un Journal Illustré.

6

"6) Machine de pliage et de brochage," La Confection d'Un Journal Illustré.

6

"1. - Het diamant," Enkele Belgische Plaatselijke Bedrijvigheden.

6

"2. - De wapenmakerij," Enkele Belgische Plaatselijke Bedrijvigheden.

6

"3. - Het kantwerk," Enkele Belgische Plaatselijke Bedrijvigheden.

6

"4. - Dinanderie of koperwerk," Enkele Belgische Plaatselijke Bedrijvigheden.

6

"5. - De messenmakerij," Enkele Belgische Plaatselijke Bedrijvigheden.

6

"6. - De mandenmakerij," Enkele Belgische Plaatselijke Bedrijvigheden.

6

"1. Il Tessitore," Professioni Fra Le Bestie.

6

"2. Il Sarto," Professioni Fra Le Bestie.

6

"3. Il Falegname," Professioni Fra Le Bestie.

6

"4. Il Muratore," Professioni Fra Le Bestie.

6

"5. Il Minatore," Professioni Fra Le Bestie.

6

"6. Il Carpentiere," Professioni Fra Le Bestie.

6

"1 - Cade da 50 metri senza un graffio," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"2 - I caccciatori di squali," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"3 - L'White Hunter," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"4 -La sua arma era l'obliettivo," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"5 - Bruce McKenzie [il mangiatore di fucco]," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"6 -Il favoloso X-15," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"1 - Claude Brouillet [l'angelo della Jungla]," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"2 - [A vela nel deserto a 80 km/h]," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"3 - Guido Bizzarri [il domatore di bombe]," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"4 - I cacciatori di serpenti," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"5 - Sei giorni nella Valle della Morte," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

6

"6 - L'uomo muovo di Lambaréné," Il Pericolo È Il Mio Mestiere.

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Scottish Co-Operative Wholesale Society Ltd.

Volume

"A Girl with Doves," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

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"Shoeing," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Joyless Winter Day," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Yeoman of the Guard," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Laughing Cavalier," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Dog in the Manger," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"A Good Story," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Beyond Man's Footsteps," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Between Two Fires," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Stable Interior," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Catspaws off the Land," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Diana of the Uplands," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"A Rainy Day," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Lost Game," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Print Collector," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Last Load," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Blue Boy," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Scanty Meal," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Returning from Market," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"Mrs. Siddons," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Cast Shoe," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Age of Innocence," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Avenue, Middelharnis," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

4

"The Hay-Wain," Famous Pictures, London Galleries: A Series of 25.

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