[Upper portion of Jones and Sons billhead].

Title: 
[Upper portion of Jones and Sons billhead].

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Description: 
1 document : ink on paper ; 13 x 26 cm
paper ink engraving single sided
Format of Material: 
Prints & Drawings
Bib ID: 
145092
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Art Box Storage
Call Number: 
Print Collection, Print box A-1, Print no. 246
Variant Title: 
Successors to the late John Blades
Cut glass manufacturers, to Her Majesty, and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent
Notes: 
Print is hinged on mat along upper edge; dimensions including mat are 29 x 37 cm.
Document is possibly upper portion of a billhead belonging, probably, to Jones and Sons, the name of the successors of wealthy glass manufacturer John Blades who died in 1829. Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom featured in center. United East India Company emblem featured at left and Royal Firmaun to His Majesty the Shah of Persia emblem at right.
"Mrs. Lilly" written in faded ink along upper left edge.
"To. Messrs. Jones, 5 Ludgate Hill, London" written in black ink along upper right edge.
"Mrs. Lilly" written in faded ink on verso.
"19" penciled in, and circled, on upper edge of verso.
This print is located in Print Box A-1, print no. 246.
Red markings, possibly from seal, on upper left corner.
Creasing along vertical center.