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of 14 Carlisle Street, Soho Square, London, W1 and Hackbridge, Surrey
 
of 14 Carlisle Street, Soho Square, London, W1 and Hackbridge, Surrey
  
* 1922 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Cardboard Mounts: Drawing Boards; Bristol** Boards; Boards for Black and White Reproduction and Process Work; Boards for Picture Mounts; Veneered Boards. Boards for Calendars, Show Cards and Ticket Writing; Crêpé, Granulated, Crash, Linen and Canvas Grain Boards. Photo Mounts, Printed and Embossed, also with Platemark and Tint; Booklet, Sketch Portrait, Folio, Rough, Hand-made and Enlargement Mounts. (Stand No. K.68) <ref>[[1922 British Industries Fair]] Advert xcviii; and p34</ref>
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1922 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Cardboard Mounts: Drawing Boards; Bristol** Boards; Boards for Black and White Reproduction and Process Work; Boards for Picture Mounts; Veneered Boards. Boards for Calendars, Show Cards and Ticket Writing; Crêpé, Granulated, Crash, Linen and Canvas Grain Boards. Photo Mounts, Printed and Embossed, also with Platemark and Tint; Booklet, Sketch Portrait, Folio, Rough, Hand-made and Enlargement Mounts. (Stand No. K.68) <ref>[[1922 British Industries Fair]] Advert xcviii; and p34</ref>
  
 
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** Bristol - generally describes drawing paper that is pasted together to form multi-ply sheets. It derives its name from the early days of European papermaking, when mills would send their finest paper to Bristol, to be pasted. <ref>[http://strathmoreartist.com/fineArt_bristol.php] Strathmore Artist Papers</ref>
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** Bristol Board - generally describes drawing paper that is pasted together to form multi-ply sheets. It derives its name from the early days of European papermaking, when mills would send their finest paper to Bristol, to be pasted. <ref>[http://strathmoreartist.com/fineArt_bristol.php] Strathmore Artist Papers</ref>
  
  
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1922

of 14 Carlisle Street, Soho Square, London, W1 and Hackbridge, Surrey

1922 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Cardboard Mounts: Drawing Boards; Bristol** Boards; Boards for Black and White Reproduction and Process Work; Boards for Picture Mounts; Veneered Boards. Boards for Calendars, Show Cards and Ticket Writing; Crêpé, Granulated, Crash, Linen and Canvas Grain Boards. Photo Mounts, Printed and Embossed, also with Platemark and Tint; Booklet, Sketch Portrait, Folio, Rough, Hand-made and Enlargement Mounts. (Stand No. K.68) [1]

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    • Bristol Board - generally describes drawing paper that is pasted together to form multi-ply sheets. It derives its name from the early days of European papermaking, when mills would send their finest paper to Bristol, to be pasted. [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1922 British Industries Fair Advert xcviii; and p34
  2. [1] Strathmore Artist Papers