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Carr, N. [engraver]
Great Britain's wealth & glory
Writing blank(?) entitled Great Britain's wealth & glory; Mercers 1393; Grocers 1346; Merchant Taylors H.7 Roign [sic]; Haberdasher 1447; Drapers 1438; Fishmongers 1530; Salters 1530; Ironmongers 1436; Goldsmith's 1392; Skinners 1327; Vintners Ed. 3 Regn.; Clothworkers 1530; London; Bristol; New Bank of England; South Sea House; India House; Admiralty; Pay Office; Post Office; Victualling Office; Royal Exchange; Custum House [sic]; Great Britain's wealth & glory
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Dimensions single sheet; 378 x 253 mm; paper
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Educational folder 5 (60)
Notes Allegro identifier: 20031203/17:05:18$jl .
Source/Photographer Digital Bodleian
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