Invoice from William Parker & Son, glass manufacturers…

Invoice from William Parker & Son, glass manufacturers to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, 1787 Sep 11.

LWL Mss File 44

Manuscript invoice, in a single hand, listing four items purchased from William Parker & Son located at No. 69 Fleet Street in London, by Mr. Adams, attorney at Alnwick. Payment received by Jas. Mulley on behalf of Messrs. Parker. On engraved billhead with a vignette of the Prince of Wales’ three plumes and motto.

Invoice from William Parker & Son, glass manufacturers...Lewis Walpole Library new acquisition: July, 2010

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