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Image from page 443 of “Autograph collecting: a practical manual for amateurs and historical students. Containing ample information on the selection and arrangement of autographs, the detection of forged specimens, &c., &c. To which are added numerous fac
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Title: Autograph collecting: a practical manual for amateurs and historical students. Containing ample information on the selection and arrangement of autographs, the detection of forged specimens, &c., &c. To which are added numerous facsimiles for study and reference, and an extensive valuation table of autographs worth collecting.
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Scott, Henry T. (Henry Thomas)
Subjects: Autographs Autographs Autographs Autographs
Publisher: London : L.U. Gill
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library
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ed. OUR FRIEND THE DOG. CONTAINING i (a) All that is known about every breed of Dog in the World,and the show-points, properties, uses, and peculiarities of each. (&) A complete digest of the diseases from which Dogs are apt tosuffer, and plain advice for the treatment. (c) Important information on the Rearing of the Puppy and thetreatment of the Dam. (d) The approved methods of Kenneling, Grooming, Feeding, andPreparing for bringing Dogs to the Show Benches. (e) Valuable hints about Buying and Selling. LOKTDOKT: DEAN $ SON, Ltd,, 160a, Fleet Street, Ftiblishers of the DOG OWNERS ANNUAL. 66 ^-A-tehxtt OCTOPUS ANTI-iNCRUSTATOR. Automatically collects the Fur in Kettles,Kitchen Boilers, and Pipes. Placed in thekettle, it is mostinteresting andinstructive towatch the de-velopment of theOctopus weekby week, until atthe end of, say,twelve months, itresembles a blockof coral, and be-comes an unim-peachable witnessof its usefulness. CAN BE USED IN THESMALLEST OR LARGEST KETTLE OR BOILER.
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No. I. Kettle Size,2/6 each. No. 2. Small Kitchen Boiler Size, 5/- each. No. 3. Medium Size, 7/6 each. ENSURESPURE SOFT WATER,INVALUABLEFOR MAKINGTEA, COFFEE, NO PLACE SO DANGEROUS AS THE KITCHEN SINK, BUT THE PATENT SANITARY SINK BASKET Which stands in cornerof Kitchen Sink, retainsall solid matter fromdirty water thrown intoit, and keeps waste pipealways clean. Preventsbad odours.
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