A trade card for a deal in naval equipment and fireworks decorated wtih various kinds of fireworks including Catherine wheels, flares or firecrackers, signal lights, quadrants, and other tools for sailors.
Title :J. Southby, No. 8 Saville Place, Lambeth Walk. Artist in fireworks, to the King’s patent & minor theatres [graphic] : The Royal Vauxhall Gardens. Crimson fire and every description of fireworks for exhibition or private amusement.
A trade card issued by Edward Orne announcing a change of address for his printselling, framing and stationery business from Conduit Stree to New Bond Street. The image show a cherub emerging from a break in a thick bank of clouds, as he holds a caducesus. On the right a bearded man in a cap and in a fur trimmed cloak reaches toward the cherub; the man has a snake at his feet. High in the center a bat flies toward the scene.
Creator: Orme, Edward, 1775-1848.
Title: Edwd. Orme, removed from Conduit Stt. to 59 New Bond Street, corner of Brook Street [graphic].
With three wood engravings entitled “Destructive fire in the Tower of London”, “Ruling the roast”, and “One of the thimble-rig gentry”, the last of which is signed with the initials of Charles Jameson Grant.
Title: The pennySundaychronicle, people’s weekly advertizer : an original, comic, dramatic, and entertaining odd fellow’s miscellany.
Publication:[London] : W. Vickers, Holywell Street, Strand, Sunday, November 14, 1841.
A broadside advertising a coach service from No. 2 Bridge Street off Ludgate Hill to persons who wish to travel fast in a post-chaise and who need a partner in order to hire the carriage. No name or business is specified, the author of this lengthy advertisement explains that such a utilitarian service needs no introduction.
Title: Partners in travelling at short notice.
Publication: [London] : [publisher not identified], [1770s]
A fashionable family looks at a roll of wallpaper that the shop clerk is displaying to them. The shop owner jestures to the elaborately decorated pattern on the roll. Another clerk behind the counter looks on as he rolls another bolt.
Title: At James Wheeleys Paper Hanging Warehouse : wholesale retail & for exportation; at No. 25 Aldersgate Street London are manufactured & sold all sorts of emboss’d chints & common papers for rooms … [graphic].
Publication: [London : James Wheeleys Paper Hanging Warehouse, ca. 1780?]
Handbill that lists the routes and timings of departure for coaches operated in 1806 by Roberts, Thompson and Co., leaving London from the WhiteHorseInn, Fetter Lane and Cross Keys Inn, Wood Street, to a variety of destinations, including Chester, Cambridge, Canterbury, Edinburgh, Fakenham, Hull, Ipswich, Liverpool, Manchester, Norwich, Yarmouth, and York. With unidentified contemporary ms. notes from newspaper notices dated 27 September 1806, in ink
Author: Roberts, Thompson, and Co.
Title: General Coach Offices, WhiteHorseInn, Fetter Lane, and Cross Keys Inn, Wood Street, 2 doors from Cheapside, London.
Publication: London : Printed by Sabine & Son, Shoe Lane, 
Title: A particular of the impropriate rectory of Steventon, in the county of Bedford, proposed for sale by auction, at the Swan Inn at Bedford, on Saturday the 23d of May, 1795; consisting of a tithe barn … glebe lands … an inclosed allotment in the adjoining parish of Pavenham, … and all the tithes of corn grain and hay arising from the lands in the said parish of Steventon …
Annotated with corrections and additions in ms. by an unknown hand
Title: A particular of a copyhold and freehold estate, situate at Cranfield and Milbrooke, in the county of Bedford, which will be sold by auction, at the Swan Inn, in Newport-Pagnell, in the county of Bucks, on Wednesday the 2d of April, 1794 …
A view of an elegant carriage showing details of the structure; one of the back wheels is shown on a rock to demonstrate the stability of the carriage. Parts of the carriage have been labelled with letters suggesting that the print was accompanied by a letterpress legend.
Title: The coach of safety : this view sheweth that when the wheels are raised to twice the height of any other carriage they will not turn over …