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Marchands en Gros, Fifteenth Century

Marchands en Gros, Fifteenth Century.jpg Monumental Brass of Alderman Field and his Son, a.d. 1474ThumbnailsMan-at-Arms and Archer of the Fifteenth CenturyMonumental Brass of Alderman Field and his Son, a.d. 1474ThumbnailsMan-at-Arms and Archer of the Fifteenth Century

The last cut is taken from the painted glass at Tournay of the fifteenth century, and represents marchands en gros. This illustration of a warehouse with the merchant and his clerk, and the men and the casks and bales, and the great scales, in full tide of business, is curious and interesting.

Author
The Project Gutenberg eBook, Scenes and Characters of the Middle Ages, by Edward Lewes Cutts
Published in 1911
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