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Revere Foundry Advertisment (1801)

This ad appeared in the June 6, 1787 issue of the Massachusetts Centinel. It indicates that Revere's shop moved from Dock-Square to No. 50, Cornhill. It also promotes Revere's hardware items and silver work.

Paul Revere,
Begs leave to inform his Customers, and the Pub-
lick, that he has Removed
From Dock-Square, to No. 50, Cornhill;
where he has for sale,
A GENERAL Assortment of HARD-
WARE, consisting of
Brass, Copper, Pewter, Ironmongery and
Plated WARES,
Goldsmiths, Jewellers, Clock and Watch-
Makers Tools and Implements, blue Melting-
Pots, Crucibles, &c. &c.
At which place the Gold and Silversmith's Business
are carried on in all their branches

By Revere and Son.
Tea and Coffee Urns -- Coffee, Tea and Sugar
Pots -- Tankards, Canns, Porringers, Butter-Boats,
Caster Stands and Casters, Cream, Pepper and
Mustard Pots, Salts, Tureen Ladles, Spoons, Su-
gar-Tongs, &c. &c. made in the newest taste, and
finished in the neatest manner, either polished or
burnished, plain or engraved. Plated Ware re-
paired - All sorts of Plated, Coach and Chaise
Harness, Buckles and Trimmings made - the whole
done equal to any imported, and upon the lowest
terms.                        Boston, June 5, 1787.


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