Goods sold by William Binns at the Pantheon Phusitechnikon [Nos. 25 and 26, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin] /
|Main Creator:||Binns, William, b.1781.|
1810 broadside advertising goods available for purchase at William Binn's shop situated in the Pantheon Phusitechnkion on 25 and 26 St. Stephen's Green (see NLI call number ET B65 for an image of the Pantheon Phusitechnikon, ca. 1808. According to Kevin and Emer Rockett's 'Magic Lantern, Panorama and Moving Picture Shows in Ireland, 1786-1909', the viewing gazebo offered a panoramic view of Dublin, but was removed in 1821). Items listed include Irish and French basket work, tea and coffee urns, tea pots, ovens, lamps, frames, maps, a large fire engine (price 60 guineas), pocket books, weights, silver goods, chimney pots, atlasses and books for children.
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Dublin : J. Carrick, Bachelor's Walk, printer for William Binns, 1810.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 32 cm.
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