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J. Delcroix, perfumer to His Majesty George IV ... : (opposite Stevens's hotel) no.158, New Bond Street ... respectfully solicits the attention of the nobility and gentry to his extensive depôt of foreign perfumery, mostly imported from his manufactory à Grasse, Département du Var, in the south of France.

  • Delcroix, J., perfumer.
Date
[between 1820 and 1830]
  • Ephemera

About this work

Publication/Creation

[London] : Printed by Walton and Mitchell, [between 1820 and 1830]

Physical description

1 broadside ; 32 cm (broadside)

Notes

Approximate date from reign of George IV. Brown (London publishers and printers (1982) p. 213) gives the printers' dates of operation as 1832-56. George IV died in 1830, so it must be earlier, but is probably toward the latter end of the period
Caption title
Advertises a variety of cosmetics, dental products, etc. as well as perfumes.
Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: J.L.M. Gulley

Languages

  • English


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