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James Jameson Marrowbone Lane Distillery Invoices, Dated 1847 William Pulling & Co.
This lot contains five invoices sent from James Jameson of Marrowbone Lane Distillery, Dublin, to its client William Pulling & Co. James Jameson, son of John Jameson (founder Jameson's Bow Street Distillery) and brother of William Jameson (also of Marrowbone Lane Distillery) died on 24 August 1847.
One invoice for three puncheons with the mark 'J', cask numbers 2661, 2662 and 2663, to be shipped by steamer to Bristol. Total price of £267.15s.4d. This is dated 4 May 1847.
One invoice for three puncheons, cask numbers 2448, 2449 and 2450, to be shipped to Bristol. Total price of £233.18s.10d. This is dated 11 May 1847.
One invoice for two puncheons with the mark 'J', cask numbers 2451 and 2452 to be shipped to Bristol. Total price of £159.14s.6d. The letter also reads: 'Mr Jameson informs me that he has written to you to say that you should have 12 puncheons at the present price to be delivered in June & July'. This is dated 20 May 1847.
One invoice for three puncheons with the mark 'J', cask numbers 2607, 2631 and 2637, to be shipped to Bristol. Total price of £235.1s.2d. This is dated 7 June 1847.
One invoice for three puncheons, cask numbers 2696, 2697and 2698. Total price of £221.13s.0d. The letterhead has been edited by hand from 'To James Jameson, Dr.', to 'To Jamesons & Robertson, Late James Jameson, Dr'. This letter is dated 2 November 1847.
Please see images for fill level and label condition. Note general wear.
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This bottle does not appear to be leaking. While we take every care to pack bottles securely we cannot guarantee that old corks and closures will not leak in transit.