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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IMPROVED AWNING SEAT.
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Tkr great of th 7 Awn cat and arran curtains has induced us to introduce the wn above. It mal a most handsome and importable seat, and the awning veryrigid and strong. This will be found an excellent awning seat.The n, ol a very ornamental splines of elected pitch pine, varnished. Tl shed in the best p >le mannei PRICE—(Carnage paidj. 6 ft. loin, long rail, laths pitch pine, varnished … £6 Cover to protect awning … o I ode \ I I tillion(Cover is always – specially ordered without > Footrest for ditto … Code Word Index. O 77 ft0 COPYRIGHT—KNTERBD AT STATIONEES* HALL. Awning to fix in Ground, Or Independent Awning.
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