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The Street Seller of Dogs Collars

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The Street Seller of Dogs Collars

Two of the most profitable pitches for the sale of these articles are in the neighbourhood of the Old Swan Pier, off Thames-street, and at a corner of the Bank. Neither of these two traders confines his stock to dog-collars, though they constitute the most valuable portion of it. The one sells, in addition to his collars, key-rings, keys and chains, dog-whistles, stamps with letters engraved upon them, printer’s type, in which any name or initials may be set up, shaving-brushes, trowser-straps, razors, and a few other light articles.

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London Labour and the London Poor by Henry Mayhew - Published 1851 - Available from books.google.com
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London, Street Seller
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