18th century trade card: "Kenelm Dawson Salesman at the Sign of the Jolly Sailor, in Monmouth Street, London. Makes and Sells all sorts of Men & Boys Cloaths of Cloth Drugget German Songes & Fustians Cuttfull & Fashionable Morning Gowns, Rocklors, Great Coats &c..." -
18th century trade card: "Mary & Ann Hogarth from the old Frock-shop the corner of the Long Walk facing the Cloysters Removed to the Kings Arms joyning to the Little Britain gate near Long Walk. Sells the best & most Fashionable Ready Made Frocks, sutes of Fustian, Ticken & Holland, stript Dimmity & Flanel Wastcoats, blue & canvas Frocks..."
18th century trade card: "At James Wheeleys Paper Hanging Warehouse Opposite the Church in little Britain, London. Are Manufactor'd & Sold all Sorts of Emboss'd Chints & Common Papers for Rooms with great variet of Papier Mache & other Ornaments for Ceilings, Halls, Stair Cases &c. N.B., All kind of furniture are exactly Match'd and completely put up."