Trade card: James Mann & James Ayscough

Made:
1747 in London
maker:
Unattributed

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Trade card: James Mann & James Ayscough. At the Sign of Sir Isaac Newton and two pair of Golden Spectacles, near the West-End of St. Paul's, London. Advertisement cut from the London Evening Post, 12 March 1747, describing improvements to the Compound (or double) Microscope. Book of its Use included. (Calv. 254)

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1934-121/138
type:
trade card
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • advertising card
credit:
Donated by Mr Thomas H. Court (Court Collection)

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