London, South Kensington
8 September 2004
A SCOTTISH CAST IRON HALL STAND
BY THE FALKIRK IRON COMPANY, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY
Stamped FALKIRK, Pl 262, No 17 and with diamond design registration stamps
81in. (205.5cm.) high, 28in. (71cm.) wide, 12in. (30.5cm.) deep
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This design, number 189424, was registered and patented by the Falkirk Iron Company, 67 Upper Thames Street, London, E.C at the Public Records Office on 25th August 1865 and is hall stand No 17, Plate 262 in the 1900 Falkirk/Carron catalogue.
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