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Revere Foundry Advertisment (1805)

This advertisement for Revere's Foundry, measuring 2 1/2" x 3 1/4", appeared in a Boston newspaper called the Columbian Centinel on April 3, 1805. It contains a woodcut of a bell and cannon and reads as follows:

PAUL REVERE & SON,
At their BELL and CANNON Foundry, at the
North Part of
 BOSTON,

CAST BELLS of all sizes; every kind
of brass ORDNANCE, and every type of
Composition Work for SHIPS, &c., at the shortest notice;
Manufacture COPPER into SHEETS, BOLTS,
SPIKES, NAILS, RIVETS, DOVETAILS &c, from
Malleable Copper.
They always keep, by them, every kind of
Copper Fastening for Ships. They have now on
hand, a number of Church and Ship Bells, of different
sizes; a large quantity of Sheathing Copper,
from 16 up to 30 ounce; Bolts, Spikes, Nails, &c.
of all sizes , which they warrant equal to English manufacture.
Cash and the highest price given for old
Copper and Brass.   march 20


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