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System Number: 05181
Date: [February 1889?][1]
Author: W. W. Rhind[2]
Place: London
Recipient: [various]
Place: London
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler R81
Document Type: PD


RHIND'S
LIQUID ETCHING GROUNDS
(DARK AND TRANSPARENT).

WITH THESE PREPARATIONS, THE OLD, TEDIOUS, AND UNCERTAIN PROCESS
OF DABBING IS DISPENSED WITH; ANY SIZED PLATE CAN BE COATED IN A FEW 
MINUTES WITH A BEAUTIFUL SMOOTH GROUND, WHICH IS PLEASANT TO WORK 
UPON WITH THE NEEDLE, NEVER CHIPS UP, AND WILL STAND THE ACID BATH 
BETTER THAN ANY DABBED GROUND.

DIRECTIONS.
FOR A SMALL PLATE [...]

SOLD IN STOPPED BOTTLES, CONTAINING 1-LB. 9/-; -LB. 5/-; -LB. 2/9.
FREE BY POST FOR STAMPS OR MAIL ORDER. [...]

TRUE ESSENTIAL OIL OF TURPENTINE.
SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR PAINTING IN OIL COLOURS. [...]

PREPARED ONLY BY
W.W. RHIND, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST,
(FROM WAUGH & CO., CHEMISTS TO THE QUEEN,)
69 GLOUCESTER ROAD, REGENT'S PARK,
LONDON, N.W.

[p. 2, 3, 4][...]

[various letters of recommendation from artists including R. W. Macbeth[3], T. C. Farrer, Edward Slocombe, W. L. Wyllie and Charles Robertson, list of etchings done on Rhind's plates, list of other etching equipment and sets sold by Rhind's]

[p. 4] WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS:-
WINSOR & NEWTON,
38, RATHBONE PLACE,LONDON.
G. ROWNEY & CO.,
10 & 11, PERCY STREET, LONDON.
AGENTS FOR AMERICA: -
JOHN SELLERS & SONS,
17, DEY STREET, NEW YORK,
AND 151, ARUNDEL STREET, SHEFFIELD.


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Notes:

1. [February 1889?]
Dated by references, including a letter from W. L. Wyllie dated 9 February 1889.

2. W. W. Rhind
W. W. Rhind, Pharmaceutical Chemists and artists suppliers, London.

3. R. W. Macbeth
Robert Walker Macbeth (1848-1910), etcher and painter of rustic genre [more], Thomas Charles Farrer (1839-1891), etcher [more], William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931), marine painter and etcher [more], and Charles Robertson (1844-1891), artist [more].