“Advertisement for Larcher”

Larcher (paper merchant). 1756.

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Advertisements for paper and other writing supplies were a common sight in eighteenth-century cities.

A La Teste Noire Rue de la Verrerie attenant la Cou | ronne d’Or pres l’Hotel de Pomponne

Larcher marchands papetiers | des Fermes du Roy, vendent beau et bon | Papier de France et de Hollande, Registres, | Journaux pour les Finances, etc., Plumes de | Hollande, Encre double et luisante, Cire d’Es- | pagne, Portefeuilles, et autres Marchandises | de leur Commerce, en gros | et en detail. | A Paris 1756.

At the Black Head. Rue de la Verrerie adjacent to the Golden Crown near the Hotel de Pomponne

Larcher, merchants stationers to the King’s Farms, sells beautiful and good French and Dutch paper, registers, ledgers, etc., Dutch quills, concentrated lustrous ink, Spanish wax, wallets and other goods of their line of business, wholesale and retail. In Paris, 1756.

Metadata Details
Item Type Document
Title Advertisement for Larcher
Short Title Advertisement for Larcher, 1756
Creator Larcher (paper merchant)
Publication Date 1756
Language French
Call Number Case Wing HF6161.S7 L3
Location Special Collections 4th floor