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Browning, George (1760)

Browning, George

‘In the East-Paun, over the Royal Exchange, up the great Stair-case in Cornhill, London’; upholder, appraiser and auctioneer (fl. c. 1760)

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British Museum

Trade card of George Browning Upholder, Appraizer & Auctioneer In the East-Paun, over the Royal-Exchange, up the great-Stair-Case in Cornhill LONDON Houses Compleatly fitted up, with all kinds of Furniture Viz.t Beds & Beding, Carpets of all Sorts, Chairs, Looking-Glasses variety of Cabinet-Work, both for home or Abroad Wholesale or Retail Ready Money given for all Manner of Household Goods, Plate, China, Books. Funerals Perform'd To any part of Great Britain, c. 1760 [Heal,125.12]. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Source: DEFM

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.