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Christr. [Christopher] Weldon, Tin-plate worker and Brazier, No, 54, Thomas-street, Dublin

Most respectfully acquaints his Friends and the Public, that he has Imported an elegant Assortment of Coffin Furniture, made of a Composition that looks like Silver. - As to his own Manufacture in that line, those who make Trial will find it superior to any[t]hing of that Kind ever attempted in this Kingdom. Helmets, Grenadier Fronts, Light Infantry Caps, Fire Cases, &c. made on the shortest Notice. As said Weldon has served a regular Time to the Double Tin, pewter, Brass, and Copper Business, those who please to favour him with Commands may reply on being well served, on the most reasonable Terms. he also sells Beams and Scales of all Denominations, with sundry other Articles in the Iron-mongery Business. Kitchen Furniture Tin'd and Repair'd in the most serviceable Manner. He will give the highest Price for Old Pewter, Brass, and Copper in Exchange. N. B. Country Dealers, who buy to sell again, will find their Account by making Trial at his Shop. Mr. Passmore Bought of Christopher Weldon Jany. 1st 1788 Large Tea Kettle - 2 - 8...
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Main Creator: Weldon, Christopher, Tin-plate worker
Summary:Sheet cropped and lacking some copy in manuscript hand at bottom of sheet. Printed at top of sheet is a woodcut of a soldier on horseback, holding a sword aloft with his right hand. Printed above him on sheet is a decorative motif, featuring the head and wings of an cherub. Letterpress printed on laid paper. Sheet features detailed description and advertisement for the business of Christopher Weldon, Tin-plate worker and Brazier [a person who works in brass], No, 54, Thomas Street, Dublin on recto. He is listed under the heading 'Merchants, Traders, &c.' in 'Wilsons' Dublin Directory For The Year 1801' as Christopher Weldon, Tinplate worker, 54 Thomas Street, Dublin.
Format: BOOK
Published / Created: Dublin : Christopher Weldon, Tin-plate worker and Brazier, No, 54, Thomas-street, January 1 1788.
Notes:This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.

Physical description: 1 sheet : letterpress, woodcut ; woodcut 6.3 x 5.3 cm., on sheet 15.9 x 19.1 cm..

Varying form of title: [Receipt issued to Mr. Nicholas Passmore dated January 1 1788, for the purchase of a large tea kettle amongst other items from Christopher Weldon, Tin-plate worker and brazier, No, 54, Thomas Street, Dublin].

Provenance:Donated to the National Library of Ireland by Mr. Brian Aylward.
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