[ James Kerby, eighteenth-century London bookseller and stationer. ] Printed bookseller's label with information

James Kerby, eighteent-century London bookseller, stationer, printseller and proprietor of circulating library
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James Kerby, Bookseller & Stationer, No. 190 Oxford-Street, near Grosvenor-Square. [ Late eighteenth-century. ]

Printed in black on white within oval border, roughly 5.5 cm high and 8.5 cm wide. In good condition, laid down on a piece of brown card. Tastefully presented in a style characteristic of the period, and employing the long s. Reads: 'Jas. Kerby, | BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, | NO. 190 | Oxford-Street, near Grosvenor-Square. | Sells all kinds of Papers, Writing & Account Books, | Pamphlets, Magazines, a large Assortment of | Gentlemens & Ladies Pocket-Books, Inks, Quills, | Pens, & every other Article of Stationery. | N.B. News-Papers served at any Part of | Town or Country.

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