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Two letters concerning the purchase of a painting : Philadelphia and London, to William Hookham Carpenter and W. & J. Brown Co., 1837.

Author: Edward L Carey; William Hookham Carpenter; W. & J. Brown & Co,
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Collection of William Collins letters (MA 3154)
Database:WorldCat
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First letter (dated 7 August 1837) from Carey to Carpenter, discussing the particulars related to his purchase of a painting from William Collins, and giving his banking information; second letter (dated Monday ... 1837) from Carpenter to Carey's bankers W. & J. Brown & Co., discussing payment as arranged by Carey.
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Genre/Form: Watermarks (Paper)
Named Person: William Collins; William Collins
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edward L Carey; William Hookham Carpenter; W. & J. Brown & Co,
OCLC Number: 270132779
Notes: First letter written on p. 1 of a folded sheet; second letter written on p. 2.
With seal and postmarks, and addressed to "Mr. W.H. Carpenter / 10 Nottingham Place / London."
William Hookham Carpenter was the Keeper of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum, and the brother-in-law of the painter William Collins.
Watermark: Dove holding an olive branch in its beak; surmounted by AMIES; and with 1833 below.
Part of a collection of 80 letters from William Collins to his wife Harriet Geddes Collins and 35 letters primarily to William Collins from various friends and acquaintances. Items in this collection are described in individual records (MA 3154.1-115).
Description: 1 item (2 p.) ; 24.9 cm.

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First letter (dated 7 August 1837) from Carey to Carpenter, discussing the particulars related to his purchase of a painting from William Collins, and giving his banking information; second letter (dated Monday ... 1837) from Carpenter to Carey's bankers W. & J. Brown & Co., discussing payment as arranged by Carey.

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