Wm. Clement, bookseller & stationer

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Engraved trade card, illustrated with books and quills and ornamental garland.

  • Creator: Clement, William, -1839, bookseller.
  • Title: Wm. Clement, bookseller & stationer, No. 201 Strand, (opposite St. Clements Church). : News papers served in town, and regularly sent to all parts of England postage free. Copper plate engraving and printing in the neatest manner, books elegantly bound and carefully packed for exportation.
  • Publication: [London] : [William Clement], [between 1801 and 1810]

Catalog Record

File 66 801 C626

Acquired November 2021

Archd. Robertson, print-seller and drawing-master

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“Trade card of Archibald Robertson, drawing master, at Savill Row Passage, adjoining Squib’s Auction Room; a street with Robertson’s shop to the right, figures on the pavement, an arched passageway at the end of the street; in oval with figures at the bottom corners; text below.”–British Museum online catalogue.

  • Creator: Robertson, Archibald, 1765-1835.
  • Title: Archd. Robertson, print-seller and drawing-master, in Savill Row Passage, adjoining Squib’s auction room [graphic] : sells great variety of Italian, French and Dutch prints and drawings; best Swiss-crayons, variety of drawing paper, port crayons, all sorts of Italian and French chalks …
  • Publication: [London] : [Archibald Robertson], [ca. 1777]

Catalog Record

File 66 777 R649

Acquired November 2021

Mark Smith, bookseller, binder, stationer, music-seller, &c …

Mark Smith bookseller...

Advertisement for a new business issued by Mark Smith, with an extensive list of wares to be sold, mostly books and other items in the stationers line, but also musical instruments.

  • Title: Mark Smith, bookseller, binder, stationer, music-seller, &c. Market-Place Alnwick : takes the liberty of respectfully announcing to his friends and the public that he intends commencing business in the above branches, on January 1st, 1816 …
  • Published: Alnwick : Graham, printer, [1815].

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Acquired May, 2011 by the Lewis Walpole Library.


Samll. Pope stationer at [the] Pope’s Head in [the] Borough of Southwark…

Samll. Pope stationer at [the] Pope’s Head in [the] Borough of Southwark : sells all manner of stationary ware, with bibles & common prayer books, &c.

Published: [London : s.n., 17–?]

File 66 700 P81

Advertising card for Samuel Pope’s stationery’s shop.

Trade Card: Samll. Pope stationer at [the] Pope’s Head...Subjects (Library of Congress): Booksellers and bookselling–England; Stationary trade–England.

Lewis Walpole Library new acquisition: June, 2010