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LIST OF DUTIES
PAYABLE IN LONDON ON WORKS OF ART, CURIOSITIES, ETC., FROM THE CONTINENT,
ACCORDING TO THE LAST NEW TARIFF.
There is an Addition of 5 per cent. on those Duties not altered by the last New Tarif.
The following are all
CATTLE, and all Living Animals.
set nor cut.
BRONZE Works of Art.
FREE OF DUTY:—
MAPS and Charts, or parts thereof,
BULLION, Coins and Medals of all MODELS of Cork and Wood.
kinds, and battered Plate. CASTS of Busts, Statues, or Figures. COTTON Manufactures, not being articles wholly or in part made up. DIAMONDS and other Precious Stones, not set.
FURS and SKINS, not made up.
PLANTS and Trees, alive.
VASES, Ancient, not of Stone or Wood.
On the following the Duty is 10 per cent. ad valorem:AGATES, or Cornelians, cut, manufac- EGYPTIAN Antiquities, Nubian Spears, tured, or set. &c. BEADS, Coral, Mock Pearl, and others. BRASS and BRONZE Manufactures, not being works of Art, such as Inkstands, Candelabra, and Articles of Furniture.
BROCADE of Gold and Silver.
cles and Manufactures of Goats Wool. CATLINGS (Violin, Harp Strings, &c.) whether Plain or Silver Strings. CHINA, or Porcelain Ware, painted or plain, gilt or ornamented, and Earthenware.
CLOCKS and WATCHES (must have
FRAMES for Pictures, &c.
FURS and SKINS, all Articles made up.
made by the hand commonly called Cushion or Pillow Lace, whether of Linen, Cotton, or Silken Thread. LINEN Articles, wholly or in part made up.
MOSAIC Work, small Ornaments for
STEEL and IRON Manufactures.
WOOLLEN Articles, wholly or in part
Plate of Gold or Silver, gilt or ungilt, in addition to 10 per cent., is liable to
Is. 6d. per oz. Stamp Duty.
ALABASTER, Sculpture of
LIST OF DUTIES-continued.
ARQUEBUSADE WATER (for the Bottles, see WINE)
in or since 1801, in Foreign Living
in the Dead Languages, or in the English
(N.B.-Pirated Editions of English Works, of which the Copyright exists in
Books, English, printed in England (unless declared that no Excise
BOOTS, Ladies' untrimmed....
the lb. 0 0 3 the doz. pair 06 0 ditto 0 14 0 ditto 0 7 0 ditto 04 6 5 00
for every £100 value
CIGARS and TOBACCO, manufactured (3 lbs. only allowed for passenger's baggage)
(N.B.-Unmanufactured Tobacco cannot be imported in less Quantity than 300 lbs., or Cigars 100lbs. in a package; but sinall quantities are admitted for Private Use on Declaration and payment of a Fine of is. 6d. per lb. in addition to the Duty.)
COFFEE, Mocha, and other Foreign Coffee
from British Possessions
COINS, of Copper
CONFECTIONERY, Sweetmeats, and Succades....
CORDIALS and LIQUEURS (for Bottles, see WINE)........
EAU DE COLOGNE, in long Flasks
the lb. 090 ditto 0 3 0
the lb. 0 0 6
ditto 0 0 4 the cwt. 0 10 0 the lb. 0 0 6
the gal. 1 10 4 the flask 0 1 0
(N.B.-If other than the ordinary long Flasks, 30s. 4d. the Gallon and the Bottle Duty.) EMBROIDERY and NEEDLEWORK
for every £100 value 15 00 25 0 0 the lb. 0 0 2 ditto 0 0 0
GLASS, Flint or Cut, Coloured and Fancy Ornamental Glass, of whatever kind
GLASS, White Flint Bottles, not cut nor ornamented.
Wine Glasses, Tumblers, and all other White Flint-Glass 29 Goods, not cut nor ornamented
GLOVES, Leather (not less than 100 doz. pairs can be imported in one package)
PAPER-HANGINGS, Flock Paper, and Paper printed, painted, or
HANGINGS, and other Manufactures of Silk ............... for every £100 value 15 0 0
SPIRITS in Casks (no Cask can be imported of less contents than
the lb. 09 0 ditto 0 10 0
the ton 0 1 0
the lb. 0 2 1 the gal. 0 5 6 ditto 0 5 6 the cwt. 009
the gal. 0 15 0
SPIRITS in Bottles (the additional Duty on the Bottles, as on Wine Bottles.)
MESSRS. J. & R. M°CRACKEN,
7, OLD JEWRY, LONDON,
AGENTS, BY APPOINTMENT, TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY, And Agents generally for the Reception and Shipment of Works of Art, Baggage, &c.,
FROM AND TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD,
RETURN their sincere acknowledgments to the Nobility and Gentry for the liberal patronage hitherto conferred on them. They hope, by the moderation of their charges, and their unremitting care in passing through the CUSTOM-HOUSE Property confided to them, to merit a continuance of the favours they have heretofore enjoyed. Their establishment comprises dry and spacious Warehouses, where Works of Art and all descriptions of Property can be kept during the Owner's absence, at most moderate rates of rent.
J. & R. McC. undertake to execute Commissions, for the purchase of Pictures, Statuary in Marble and Alabaster, Bronzes, &c., being in direct correspondence with Artists, Agents, and Bankers throughout the Continent.
British Artists resident abroad, having occasion to send home their Works fr Exhibition, or to be passed by the Academy, will find it advantageous to address them the care of Messrs. J. and R. McCRACKEY, whose appointment enables them to offer every facility.
Parties favouring J. & R. McC. with Consignments, are requested to be particular in having the Bills of Lading sent to them direct by post, and also to forward ther Keys with the Packages, as all Goods mast be examined immediately on arrival.
J. & R. McC. keep Lachrymæ Christi and Marsala Wines of first quality, also Port and Sherry; and are general Importers d French and other Foreign Wines.
THEIR PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS ARE AT
BOULOGNE S. M.... Messrs. CHARTIER, MORY, & VOGUE. Mr. H. SIRE.
Mr. M. CHENUE, Packer, Rue Croix Petits Champs, No. 24.
Petit fils ainé, id., 23, Rue de la Concorde.
H. WOOD, 3, Place des Victoires, and at Dunkerque.
Mr. A. CHAUMONT, Mr. THOMAS TAYLOR, Messrs. P. DEVOT & Co,
Messrs. BROCHIER & GUILLABERT.
Mr. AIME GÉRUZET, Marble Works.
Mr. AIME GÉRUZET, 44, Allées de Tourny.
Messrs. A. LACROIX & Co., British Consulate.
Messrs. GIBBS & Co.; Mr. A. G. BARCHI, British Vice-Consulate.
Messrs. W. MACBEAN & Co.
Messrs. G. H. GOWER & Co.
Messrs. PETER SENN & Co. Messrs. HENDERSON BROTHERS.
Messrs. GIACO. MICALI & FIGo. Sculptors in Alabaster and Marble.
Messrs. Gio. GALLIANI & Co.
Mr. FERD. PEVERADA.
Messrs. HUGUET & VAN LINT, Sculptors in Alabaster and Marble.
Messrs. PLOWDEN & FRENCH.
Mr. GAET. BIANCHINI, Mosaic Worker, opposite the Cappella de' Medici.
Mr. ANTONIO DI LUIGI PIACENTI.
Mr. J. TOUGH.
Messrs. Flli, PACETTI, Picture-frame Makers, Via del Palagio.
MESSRS. J. & R. McCRACKEN, AGENTS-continued.
Mr. F. LEOPOLDO PISANI, Sculptor, No. 1, sul Prato.
Mr. FLAVIO PEROTTI, British Vice-Consul.
Messrs. FREEBORN & Co.
Messrs. TORLONIA & Co.
Messrs. MACBEAN & Co. Mr. CARLO TREBBI.
Messrs. PAKENHAM, HOOKER, & Co.
Mr. LUIGI BRANCHINI, at the English College.
Mr. J. T. LOWE, Junr., British Vice-Consul. Mr. T. ARATA.
Messrs. BROWN, FRANCK, & Co.
Messrs. CAILLER & Co.
Mr. EMANUEL ZAMMIT.
Mr. J. ASPINALL.
Mr. FERDINAND DIMECH, No. 69, Strada Teatro, Valletta, Sculptor
Mr. P. P. DECESARE,
Messrs. Josh. DARMANIN & SONS, 45, Strada Levante, Mosaic
Mr. J. W. TAYLOR.
Messrs. BRIGGS & Co.
Messrs. C. HANSON & Co., and Mr. BLACK,
Mr. HENRY HEALD.
Messrs. O. METIVIER & Co.
Messrs. FRERES SCHIELIN.
Messrs. S. & A. BLUMENTHAL & CO.
Mr. JOHN HARRIS.
Messrs. GEORGE MOORE & Co.
Mr. F. A. BELLEROCHE. Messrs. BACH & Co.
Mr.J.J.GIBBS, Bureau du Télégraphe Electrique, Station du Nord
Messrs. PRESTON & BOSBOOM.
Messrs. S. A. LEVINO & Co.
Messrs. L. MAYER & CO.
Messrs. C. HEMMANN & Co. Messrs. BOUTMY & Co.
Mr. J. M. FARINA, vis-à-vis la Place Juliers.
Messrs. Gme. TILMES & Co.
Mr. JOSEPH THUQUET.
Mr. P. A. TACCHI'S SUCCESSORS, Glass Manufacturers, Zeil D, 17.
FRANKFORT O. M. Madame Veuve J. H. STIEBEL, Zeil D, 211.
Messrs. BING BROTHERS, Zeil D, 212.
Mr. DINKELSPEIL. Messrs. EYSSEN & CLAUS.
Mr. J. M. DE HERMANN, Printseller.
Messrs. MAY & WIDMAYER, Printsellers.
Mr. F. STEIGERWALD, Glass Manufacturer.
Messrs. L. NEGRIOLI & Co.
Mr. E. STEIGERWALD, Glass Manufacturer.
Mr. AUGUSTE KOCH.
Mr. PAOLO GALIMBERTI.
Messrs. JEAN PREISWERK & FILS.
Mr. AUGUSTE BUESCHE. Mr. ALBERT TRUMPY.
Mr. S. ROTHACHER, Fils.
Messrs. SCHAAR & CLAUSS; Mr. C. B. ARNOLD.
Mr. W. HOFMANN, Glass Manufacturer, Kleinen Ring, No. 456.
Mr. CARL KNOLL, au Lion Blanc.
Mr. W. HOFMANN, Glass Manufacturer, am Lugeck, No. 768.
Madame HELENA WOLFSOHN, Schössergasse, No. 5.
Messrs. WILBUR & SCOTT.
FRANKFORT 0. M.
P. A. TACCHI'S SUCCESSORS,
(LATE FRANCIS STEIGERWALD,)
ZEIL D, No. 17,
BOHEMIAN FANCY GLASS AND CRYSTAL WAREHOUSE
P. A. TACCHI'S SUCCESSORS beg to acquaint the Public, that they have become the Purchasers of Mr. F. STEIGERWALD'S ESTABLISHMENT in this Town, for the Sale of Bohemian Fancy Cut Glass and Crystals.
They have always an extensive and choice Assortment of the Newest and most Elegant Patterns of
ORNAMENTAL CUT, ENGRAVED, GILT, AND PAINTED GLASS Both White and Coloured,
In Dessert Services, Chandeliers, Articles for the Table and Toilet, and every possible variety of objects in this beautiful branch of manufacture. They solicit, and will endeavour to merit, a continuance of the favours of the Public, which the late well-known House enjoyed in an eminent degree during a considerable number of years.
P. A. TACCHI'S SUCCESSORS have BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS during the Season at
WIESBADEN AND EMS,
Where will always be found Selections of the newest Articles from their principal Establishment.
Their Agents in England, to whom they undertake to forward Purchases made of them, are Messrs. J. & R. M'CRACKEN, 7, Old Jewry, London.