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Pro Heritage - Corporate christmas cards for builders, decorators, painters, contractors, accountants, shipping agents, notaries, transporters, electrical engineers, plumbers, stockbrokers, shipbuilders etc.

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2019/2020


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  The visitor's guest book and a brass 'sonnette'.   A 19th century miniature kitchen stove.  

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The visitor's guest book and a brass 'sonnette'.

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A 19th century miniature kitchen stove.

  'Cuisine de tous les Pays'. Paris 1897.   The Abundance. Decorative brass elements for wine and beer barrels. Early 19th century.  

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'Cuisine de tous les Pays'. Paris 1897.

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The Abundance. Decorative brass elements for wine and beer barrels. Early 19th century.

  The Taste. From a series of tapestries called 'The Lady with the Unicorn', Bruges 1470.

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The Wine. Symbol of festive joy and hospitality.  

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The Taste. From a series of tapestries called 'The Lady with the Unicorn', Bruges 1470.

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The Wine. Symbol of festive joy and hospitality.

  Grapes. Symbol of festive joy and hospitality.   'Les Rêves d'un Gourmand'.  

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Grapes. Symbol of festive joy and hospitality.

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'Les Rêves d'un Gourmand'.

  The Abundance II. Doughnut balls, a traditional New Year's Eve delicacy in Holland.   By the fireside I. Doughnut balls are a traditional New Year's Eve delicacy in Holland.  

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The Abundance II. Doughnut balls, a traditional New Year's Eve delicacy in Holland.

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By the fireside I. Doughnut balls are a traditional New Year's Eve delicacy in Holland.

  By the fireside II. Doughnut balls are a traditional New Year's Eve delicacy in Holland.

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A gothic image of the Virgin Mary and Child, around 1550.  

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By the fireside II. Doughnut balls are a traditional New Year's Eve delicacy in Holland.

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A gothic image of the Virgin Mary and Child, around 1550.

  An alabaster relief depicting the Adoration of the Child in Bethlehem. Flemish, around 1550.   Winter in Holland. 18th and 19th century Dutch ice skates.  

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An alabaster relief depicting the Adoration of the Child in Bethlehem. Flemish, around 1550.

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Winter in Holland. 18th and 19th century Dutch ice skates.

  Fun on the ice. 18th and 19th century Dutch ice skates. Hans Brinker, the boy with the silver skates, first published in 1865. (Mary Mapes Dodge).   In 1888 the stage-coach 'Old Times' brought the speed record to 35 km per hour!  

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Fun on the ice. 18th and 19th century Dutch ice skates. Hans Brinker, the boy with the silver skates, first published in 1865. (Mary Mapes Dodge).

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In 1888 the stage-coach 'Old Times' brought the speed record to 35 km per hour!

  The old red delivery van.  One of the tinplate toys from the Twenties.

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An old blue delivery van. One of the tinplate toys from the Twenties.  

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The old red delivery van. One of the tinplate toys from the Twenties.

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An old blue delivery van. One of the tinplate toys from the Twenties.

  Paraphernalia from the early days of the automobile industry.   A rare straw box with the inscription 'Spes Meas in Deo'.  

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Paraphernalia from the early days of the automobile industry.

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A rare straw box with the inscription 'Spes Meas in Deo'.

  Tjalks on the open waterfront of Amsterdam.   A compass and sun-dial from around 1600. The chart is from the famous 'Spieghel der Zeevaerdt' by J. Wagenaer.  

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Tjalks on the open waterfront of Amsterdam.

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A compass and sun-dial from around 1600. The chart is from the famous 'Spieghel der Zeevaerdt' by J. Wagenaer.

  Keeping the right course! The brass compass and sun-dial date from around 1600.

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The bow of a 'pram' and an early chart of the Dutch city of Enkhuizen.  

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Keeping the right course! The brass compass and sun-dial date from around 1600.

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The bow of a 'pram' and an early chart of the Dutch city of Enkhuizen.

  A Dutch three-master. 'Wheel-engraving' on a glass dating from 1760.   On the right course! A rare ivory compass made in Dieppe, around 1650.  

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A Dutch three-master. 'Wheel-engraving' on a glass dating from 1760.

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On the right course! A rare ivory compass made in Dieppe, around 1650.

  The Anchor. Symbol of Hope and Safety.   The ship's log.  

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The Anchor. Symbol of Hope and Safety.

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The ship's log.

  Winter pleasures on the Amstel river around the famous icebreaker.

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Full speed ahead in the new year!  

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Winter pleasures on the Amstel river around the famous icebreaker.

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Full speed ahead in the new year!

  Julius Porcellis, Dutch marine painter (1609-1645). Ships on stormy seas.   A clock-globe. Around 1880. Made in France for the English market. Private collection.  

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Julius Porcellis, Dutch marine painter (1609-1645). Ships on stormy seas.

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A clock-globe. Around 1880. Made in France for the English market. Private collection.

  A two-day marine chronometer by the eminent maker Rodanet. Paris 1860. Private collection.   A flat bottomed Dutch fishing boat on the beach.  

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A two-day marine chronometer by the eminent maker Rodanet. Paris 1860. Private collection.

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A flat bottomed Dutch fishing boat on the beach.

  The porthole.

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The compass.  

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The porthole.

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The compass.

  The Steering-wheel.   On the right course II.  

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The Steering-wheel.

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On the right course II.

  The famous 'writing machine' of Mignon dating from 1897.   The 'familiar' calculating-machine. This one dates from 1910.  

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The famous 'writing machine' of Mignon dating from 1897.

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The 'familiar' calculating-machine. This one dates from 1910.

  The Arithmometer. Paris 1890.   'New method of Bookkeeping, single as well as double', by N.A. Vestieu, Amsterdam 1800.  

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The Arithmometer. Paris 1890.

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'New method of Bookkeeping, single as well as double', by N.A. Vestieu, Amsterdam 1800.

  The Banker. Curiosa of banking throughout the ages.   A 'modern' typewriter in 1897.  

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The Banker. Curiosa of banking throughout the ages.

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A 'modern' typewriter in 1897.

  The calculating cylinder widely used in the 19th century.

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Writing and calculating I.  

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The calculating cylinder widely used in the 19th century.

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Writing and calculating I.

  Writing and calculating II.   Writing and calculating III.  

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Writing and calculating II.

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Writing and calculating III.

  An early twentieth century calculating machine.   A late eighteenth century wax jack used for the wax-sealing of documents and a Russian abacus. Courtesy Mathieu Hart Collection Amsterdam.  

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An early twentieth century calculating machine.

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A late eighteenth century wax jack used for the wax-sealing of documents and a Russian abacus. Courtesy Mathieu Hart Collection Amsterdam.

  'The Treasury of Italian Bookkeeping'<br>published in Amsterdam 1639.

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The House painters' workshop XIV.  

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'The Treasury of Italian Bookkeeping'
published in Amsterdam 1639.

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The House painters' workshop XIV.

  The House painters' workshop XV.   The House painters' workshop XVI.  

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The House painters' workshop XV.

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The House painters' workshop XVI.

  The House painter.   A Rabbet plane, around 1850.  

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The House painter.

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A Rabbet plane, around 1850.

  A Levelling Device by L. Berry. London 1810.   The house painters' workshop XXI.  

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A Levelling Device by L. Berry. London 1810.

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The house painters' workshop XXI.

  The house painters' workshop IX. Guilding of frames and ornaments.    

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The house painters' workshop IX. Guilding of frames and ornaments.

 



  The house painters' workshop X.

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A rabbet-plane and a cross-beam, both dating from about 1850.  

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The house painters' workshop X.

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A rabbet-plane and a cross-beam, both dating from about 1850.

  Antique tools dating from the 18th and 19th century.   'The use of mathematical instruments in the building trade'. Edition published in The Hague, 1725.  

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Antique tools dating from the 18th and 19th century.

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'The use of mathematical instruments in the building trade'. Edition published in The Hague, 1725.

  A brass theodolite, used to measure vertical and horizontal angles. London 1880.   'The Great Construction-book' by Ing. Bion. The Hague 1723.  

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A brass theodolite, used to measure vertical and horizontal angles. London 1880.

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'The Great Construction-book' by Ing. Bion. The Hague 1723.

  A plummet dating from about 1820.

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A 19th century rabbet-plane.  

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A plummet dating from about 1820.

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A 19th century rabbet-plane.

  An antique English painters' box dating from around 1870.   The painter.  

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An antique English painters' box dating from around 1870.

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The painter.

  A look into the workshop of a 19th century painter/decorator.   The workshop of the painter decorator in the beginning of the 20th century.  

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A look into the workshop of a 19th century painter/decorator.

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The workshop of the painter decorator in the beginning of the 20th century.

  Christmas time at the contractor's in the 19th century.   Carpenter's tools in the 18th and 19th century.  

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Christmas time at the contractor's in the 19th century.

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Carpenter's tools in the 18th and 19th century.

  St. Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters. 18th and 19th century carpenter's tools from a private collection.   The carpenter's workshop I. Various tools from the 18th and 19th century.  

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St. Joseph, patron saint of the carpenters. 18th and 19th century carpenter's tools from a private collection.

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The carpenter's workshop I. Various tools from the 18th and 19th century.

  The carpenter's workshop II.

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Entrance to the Bricklayer's Guildhall.  

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The carpenter's workshop II.

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Entrance to the Bricklayer's Guildhall.

  The house painters' workshop I.   Take care! Wet Paint! The house painters' workshop II.  

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The house painters' workshop I.

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Take care! Wet Paint! The house painters' workshop II.

  Entrance to the painters' St. Luke's Guildhall. Weigh House Amsterdam, 1620.

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Twinlocked Guild chest (Neurenberg around 1650) and a collection of 18th century carpenters' tools.  

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Entrance to the painters' St. Luke's Guildhall. Weigh House Amsterdam, 1620.

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Twinlocked Guild chest (Neurenberg around 1650) and a collection of 18th century carpenters' tools.

  Twinlocked Guild chest (Neurenberg around 1650) and a collection of 18th century carpenters' tools.   The house painters' workshop III.  

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Twinlocked Guild chest (Neurenberg around 1650) and a collection of 18th century carpenters' tools.

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The house painters' workshop III.

  The house painters' workshop IV.   The house painters' workshop V.  

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The house painters' workshop IV.

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The house painters' workshop V.

  The house painters' workshop VI.   The Plumber/Roofer. Antique tools from a private collection.  

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The house painters' workshop VI.

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The Plumber/Roofer. Antique tools from a private collection.

  The Plumber I. Antique tools from a private collection.

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The Slater. Antique tools from a private collection.  

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The Plumber I. Antique tools from a private collection.

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The Slater. Antique tools from a private collection.

  The Plumber II. Antique tools from a private collection.   The Plumber III. Antique tools from a private collection.  

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The Plumber II. Antique tools from a private collection.

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The Plumber III. Antique tools from a private collection.

  The house painters' workshop VII.   The Carpenter II. Planes!  

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The house painters' workshop VII.

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The Carpenter II. Planes!

  The Bricklayer. Free adaption from an original etching by Jan Luyken (1649 - 1712).

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The house painters' workshop VIII. Painting and decorating.  

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The Bricklayer. Free adaption from an original etching by Jan Luyken (1649 - 1712).

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The house painters' workshop VIII. Painting and decorating.

  The house painters' workshop XII.   Masterdom of Masonry in the 17th century.  

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The house painters' workshop XII.

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Masterdom of Masonry in the 17th century.

  The house painters' workshop XVII.   The house painters' workshop XIX.  

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The house painters' workshop XVII.

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The house painters' workshop XIX.

  Electricity for household use in the twenties.   Early electricity. Devices used in the twenties.  

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Electricity for household use in the twenties.

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Early electricity. Devices used in the twenties.

  Early electricity. An electrostatic machine for generating high voltages, developed by the British inventor James Wimshurst (1832-1903). To the left: an electric egg.   An Ericsson wall telephone and the Dutch telephone directory, both dated 1905.  

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Early electricity. An electrostatic machine for generating high voltages, developed by the British inventor James Wimshurst (1832-1903). To the left: an electric egg.

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An Ericsson wall telephone and the Dutch telephone directory, both dated 1905.

  An Ericsson tabletop telephone of the year 1892.

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The Telegraph with Key. The invention that revolutionized communication around the world.  

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An Ericsson tabletop telephone of the year 1892.

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The Telegraph with Key. The invention that revolutionized communication around the world.

  The Stock Ticker (Manhattan ticker tape parade!). A monument to the stock exchange, for it is through the instant dissemination of the quotations that the active and continuous interest in de markets is sustained.   Metalworks I.  

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The Stock Ticker (Manhattan ticker tape parade!). A monument to the stock exchange, for it is through the instant dissemination of the quotations that the active and continuous interest in de markets is sustained.

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Metalworks I.

  The Silversmith. Silver ingots and some 18th-century silver candlesticks.   A view in the Goldsmith's workshop.  

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The Silversmith. Silver ingots and some 18th-century silver candlesticks.

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A view in the Goldsmith's workshop.

  Gold!

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Diamond tools widely in use until the early 20th century.  

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Gold!

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Diamond tools widely in use until the early 20th century.

  A diamond sawing machine. The purpose of sawing is to divide a rough stone or to remove undesirable portions.   The Script; with a 'remission' dating from 1713.  

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A diamond sawing machine. The purpose of sawing is to divide a rough stone or to remove undesirable portions.

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The Script; with a 'remission' dating from 1713.

  The Script; with an antique diary dating from 1625.   The Script; with a traveller's writing set in silver and tortoise-shell of 1775.  

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The Script; with an antique diary dating from 1625.

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The Script; with a traveller's writing set in silver and tortoise-shell of 1775.

  Silver sealbox once belonging to King William IV.

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The Script; with a sealing-wax box showing an All Saints Calendar of the year 1820.  

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Silver sealbox once belonging to King William IV.

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The Script; with a sealing-wax box showing an All Saints Calendar of the year 1820.

  The interior of a notary's office in the year 1637.   The Script; with a writing box and a deed of conveyance on parchment with two seals dating from 1723.  

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The interior of a notary's office in the year 1637.

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The Script; with a writing box and a deed of conveyance on parchment with two seals dating from 1723.

  The Script; with a deed of conveyance dating from 1723.   The wax-sealing.  

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The Script; with a deed of conveyance dating from 1723.

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The wax-sealing.

  In the year 1786 a sand-glass and almanac were indispensable in the office.

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Interior of the notary's office around 1650.  

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In the year 1786 a sand-glass and almanac were indispensable in the office.

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Interior of the notary's office around 1650.

  The printer I. A platen jobbing handpress built in 1906.   The Printer II. Typeform and composition stick.  

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The printer I. A platen jobbing handpress built in 1906.

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The Printer II. Typeform and composition stick.

  The Printer III. Wooden postertypes.   The Printer IV. Typecases for the storage of wooden types, blocks, etc.  

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The Printer III. Wooden postertypes.

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The Printer IV. Typecases for the storage of wooden types, blocks, etc.

  The Printer VI. Composition stick, blocks and ornaments.

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The Printer VI. Composition stick, blocks and ornaments.

 







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