garden furniture and requisites." (1905)">
Title: Wrinch & Sons garden furniture and requisites.
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Wrinch & Sons
Subjects: garden furniture greenhouses Division 13 farms agricultural buildings portable buildings
Publisher: Wrinch & Sons
Contributing Library: Canadian Centre for Architecture
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AT 101 • 4 THE GOODWOOD. Folding Seat with Awning.
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A somewhat similai article lo Ni it page till), but cheaper— madeofselei pitch pine, folds up ■ lv foi stowing awa Tl is of supei ior striped i ial PRICE, it. 6 in. long ide Word l> £1 Is. Od. THE ASCOT FOLDING SEAT. C • – • v— 1 . • . r ■ Made of selected pitch pine, well and ted, the whole folds up ng awa PRII I 6 in. loi W D< i Us. 6d. … , l.ill ENTERED AT STATIONERS* HALL. 102 NEW FOLDING AWNING For garden Seats.
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