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2 edition of linen trade. found in the catalog.

linen trade.

Alex J. Warden

linen trade.

by Alex J. Warden

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Published by Frank Cass in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published 1864 by Longman,Roberts & Green.

SeriesCass library of industrial classics -- no.6
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13717404M

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Perhaps this is why it is said that the wool trade started the middle-class / working-class divide in England. Successive monarchs taxed the wool trade heavily. King Edward I was the first. As the wool trade was so successful, he felt he could make some royal revenue to fund his military endeavours by slapping heavy taxes on the export of wool.   Wrappers for skeins of ‘nun’s thread’ – a “finer thread, called ounce or nun’s thread, from its having formerly been made by nuns in France and Flanders” (A.J. Warden, The Linen Trade, Ancient and Modern (), p. ). Three examples from more than trade labels, chiefly for the linen thread trade (both export and domestic) pasted into three albums with title Houtsneden door.

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