Collection: MS 2000: H. C. Baxter & Sons Collection

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Title: H. C. Baxter & Sons Collection

Level: Collection 

Classmark: MS 2000

Date: 1951-1978

Main language: English

Size and medium: manuscript notebooks; 8 volumes

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/503400 

Collection group(s): Art and Antiques' Market

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Description

The collection comprises sales ledgers and stock books from the business of H. C. Baxter and Sons, antiques dealers.

Administrative or biographical history

H. C. Baxter & Sons was established in 1927 by Horace Baxter and his wife in Chelsea, London. The company specialises in 18th and early 19th century Georgian furniture. The family partnership is now based in Eastbourne, East Sussex and led by Gary Baxter.

Provenance

The collection was created during the course of the business of H. C. Baxter & Sons. It was donated Gary Baxter on the behalf of H. C. Baxter & Sons.

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Access

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Reproduction

Material in this collection is in copyright. Photocopies or digital images can only be supplied by the Library for research or private study within the terms of copyright legislation. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain the copyright holder's permission to reproduce for any other purpose. Guidance is available on tracing copyright status and ownership.

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