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APRIL COTTAGE, Bournemouth, Sales Particulars, 1950

Sales particulars of April Cottage, 11 Carbery Avenue, Southbourne, Bournemouth, dated 1950. Within a card cover, with photograph of the property, are 6 pages with an additional photograph of the property. Paper, c 25 x 19 cms, very slight fraying along margins, but in good condition.
PRICE: £10.00

BOURNEMOUTH Sales Particulars, No 51 West Way – 1950

Sales particulars for No 51 West Way, Bournemouth, Dorset. In card cover, with photograph of the property, four pages giving details on the same. The particulars measure c 21 x 26 cms, slight browning along margins, otherwise in good condition.
PRICE: £10.00

SALES PARTICULARS for House in Bournemouth

On card, c 14 x 20 cms, 6 folding pages, giving particulars of the property 46 Queens Park West Drive in Bournemouth.
PRICE: £5.00

London Guarantee & Accident Co Ltd.

An insurance policy in favour of William James Trotter of Dale Brow Farm, Prestbury, farmer, dated 19th June 1907. On paper, c 23 x 47 cms, in good condition.

ACT OF PARLIAMENT…whaling – 1747

“An Act of Parliament begun and held at Westminster 10th November 1747 (printed 1754), to continue several laws for prohibiting the importation of books reprinted abroad, and first composed or written, and printed in England; for the free importation of Cochineal or Indico, and relating to rice, frauds in the customs, the clandestine running of [...]

Invoice for rent and tithes due to TRINITY COLLEGE, Cambridge, in 1787.

A letter from Trinity College, Cambridge, addressed to Charles Wren (solicitor in Newcastle), being an account of rent and tithes due to the college at Lady Day last past for the Rectory of Gainford. It is dated 10th April 1787 and signed and sealed by John Wilson. On one sheet of paper, folded in half, [...]

SILHOUETTE of Daniel Webster (1782-1852), American Secretary of State.

A silhouette of Daniel Webster (1782-1852), printed on linen cloth. There is a maker’s mark “No 73 Hiawatha”. I don’t know what age this has, but it came in a relatively old frame, which is not offered for sale. It measures c 21 x 30 cms, and is in very good, clean condition.
Daniel Webster (1782-1852) [...]