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Advertisement: Sir Edward Thomason, Vice Consul and Knight Chevalier

1750 - 1900 (c.)

Image from: William Hawkes Smith, Birmingham and its Vicinity as a Manufacturing and Commercial District (London and Birmingham, 1836), Local Studies and History, Birmingham Central Library.


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