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72 St Martin's Lane, London; upholder and cabinet maker (b.c. 1715– 78)
Edwards, David, 21 King St, Bloomsbury Sq., London,writing and dressing case maker to the Royal Family, inventor of the patent military travelling cases (1813–d. 1848). Addresses also given at 84 St James's St, 1813–14, and 5 Orange St in 1817.
Handford, T., 94 Strand, London, writing desk manufacturer (1804–c.1840). Recorded as Handford & Co. in 1804. Brass bound portable mahogany writing desk, c.
St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker, upholder and undertaker (c. 1773–97)
Lawrence, George, 9 New Bond St, pocket book, dressing case and desk maker (1822–39). Nephew and successor to Mrs Elvey. Claimed to be maker to the Royal Family, the King of Prussia and the Prince of Orange.