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Advertisements page x:-
William Banks, printer
ENGRAVING, LITHOGRAPHIC, STEEL, COPPERPLATE, AND GENERAL
PRINTING ESTABLISMENT, 26, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh.
(Twenty-six years Manager and Draughtsman of the Engraving and Printing Establishment of Mr. W. H. Lizars,)
RETURNS sincere thanks to his numerous friends, and the public generally, for the liberal encouragement given him since he commenced business in the above premises.
W. B. trusts from his long experience and practical acquaintance with the above departments of art, aided by the exertions of his Sons, who have especially devoted themselves to the higher branches of
Line Engraving, Bank Note Work, and other Commercial Forms, where elaborate pictorial embelishment is necessary, hopes, that by unremitting attention to the punctual and satisfactory execution of orders, coupled with moderate charges, to ensure a continued share, of their valued employment.
His machinery is all of the most improved kind, the workmen carefully selected, and nothing but the best materials used.
Designs made for Illustrated Works, and engraved on Steel or Copper, in the best style of the art.
Bank Notes, Bills, Receipts, Letters of Credit, Cheques, Maps, Plans, Invoices, Letter Tops, Ornamental Display Bills, Labels, Circulars, Bills of Lading; Business, Marriage, or Visiting Cards, carefully and tastefully Engraved or Lithographed.
Die Cutting in all its branches. Fac Similies of Old Deeds.
Seal and Wood Engraving. Envelopes Stamped, &c., &c.