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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0001 1876 7136
Name: 
Ambrose Heal
Heal, Ambrose
Heal, Ambrose (British cabinetmaker, designer, and author, 1872-1959)
Heal, Ambrose (Sir)
Heal, Sir Ambrose
Dates: 
1872-1959
Creation class: 
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Creation role: 
author
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Related names: 
Morison, Stanley (1889-1967)
Morison, Stanley Arthur (1889-1967)
Symonds, R. W.
Symonds, R.W. (1889-1958)
Symonds, Robert Wemyss (1889-1958)
Titles: 
booklet to commemorate the life and work of Sir Ambrose Heal 1872-1959., A
English penmen their portraits and biographies, The
English writing-masters and their copy-books 1570-1800 a biographical dictionary and a bibliography, The
London furniture makers, from the Restoration to the Victorian era, 1660-1840, by Sir Ambrose Heal... with a chapter by R. W. Symonds,..., The
London furniture makers, The : from the Restoration to the Victorian Era, 1660-1840 : a record of 2500 cabinet-makers, upholsterers, carvers and gilders with their adresses and working dates illustrated by 165 reproductions of makers' trade-cards
London goldsmiths 1200-1800. A record of the names and addresses of the craftsmen, their shop-signs and trade-cards., 1935:, The
London goldsmiths, 1200-1800, a record of the names and addresses of the craftsmen, their shop signs and trade-cards. Compiled by Sir Ambrose Heal,... from the records of the goldsmiths company and other contemporary sources..., The
London goldsmiths 1200-1800, The : a record of the names and addresses of the craftsmen their shop-sign and trade-cards
London goldsmiths, 1200-1800, The : a record of the names and addresses of the craftsmen, their shop-signs and trade-cards
London tradesmen's cards of the 18th century, an account of their origin and use, by Ambrose Heal
London tradesmen's cards of the XVIII century : an account of their origin and use
Signboards of old London shops, a review of the shop signs employed by the London tradesmen during the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries, compiled from the author's collection of contemporary trade-cards and billheads by Sir Ambrose Heal,..., The
trade cards of engravers, 1927:, The
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