1840. (TRADE CARD-IRONWORK) CRASSWELLER, Henry. CRASSWELLER, FURNISHING, IRONMONGER, SMITH, AND BELL HANGER. Islington (London): I. Starling, (circa 1840). Engraved stiff card (3 x 4 1/2 inches). Scarce craftsman trade card for Henry Crassweller whose ironmongering shop was located at 36 Welbeck Street, Islington and was operational in the latter half of the nineteenth century. His card says he is "successor to Messrs. W. & E. King." The card was engraved by I. Starling, Islington. Decorated with numerous examples of their architectural works including several examples of ornamental wrought iron railings across the top and other examples of iron fireplaces, stoves and ornamental pieces from their shop filling the architectural setting below. Some minor staining, else very good. (Inventory #: 39691)
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