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Trade Card

Place of origin

Trade card of Futvoye, English, printed Brighton, after 1818.

Object details

Object type
Materials and techniques
Letter press with relief-printed Royal Warrant
Brief description
Trade card of Futvoye, English, printed Brighton, after 1818.
  • Sheet height: 157mm
  • Sheet length: 114mm
Marks and inscriptions
Futvoye Teacher of Painting in imitation of Old India Japan, Marble, Inlaid Ebony & Ivory, Bronzing, Pinting on Glass, &c. To her late Majesty Queen Charlotte, and the PRincesses, and all the Royal Family of france, Continues to instruct Ladies and Gentlemen in the above elegant Art, which may be obtained in a very short time, Where Specimens may be seen. Old India Cabinets, Screens, &c. Repaired in the best manner. Cummins, Printer, Brighton.
Credit line
Accepted in lieu of Inheritance Tax by H M Government from the estate of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd and allocated to the Victoria and Albert Museum 2015
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Record createdFebruary 25, 2016
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