This estimate, dated 17th July, 1907, is to Messrs. A. E. Hughes & Son,
address 28, Mortimer St., W. The estimaste was for New Burlington Street
and was apparently performed by Mr Butt:
|FOR THE SUPPLY OF|
16 squares of Luxfer Fire Resisting Glass,
Electro Copper Glazed, shaped at top, glazed ¼" clear plate
for sides and ends of lantern light over Ground Floor, 10 each 2'
4¼" x 1' 11", six each 2' 6¾" x 1' 11", for the sum of
fifteen pounds four shillings and ninepence . . . . . .
|£15. 4. 9.
|FOR THE SUPPLY AND FIXING OF|
Two Luxfer Electro Copper Glazed Canopies
glazed with Prisms to the correct angle, each 3' 4" x 4' 0", for the
sum of thirteen pounds six shillings and eightpence . . . . . .
|£13. 6. 8.
We find it impossible to glaze these windows
vertically, we therefore quote for canopies, and are perfectly certain
of good result.
[Signed] F. A. Vitale (Director)
The paper is thin, almost an onion skin, and translucent, so ink on the
front is visible from the back, vice versa, making it a bit hard to read.
The back side lists these GENERAL CONDITIONS:
- Deliveries may be suspended pending any contingencies beyond
the control of the Vendors (such as Strikes, Lock-out, Fire,
Accident, War, or the like), causing a short supply of power
or raw material, or otherwise preventing the menufacture of
- Any deliveries so suspended may be claimed by the buyer at the
same rate of delivery commencing after the period assigned to
this Contract, if such claim be made within a month after such
- The failure of one delivery not to vitiate the Contract as to
- The Vendors are not to be responsible for any breakage.
- If the purchaser make default in any payment or become subject
to the Bankrupt Law, the Vendors may at their option withhold
- Any disputes on the Contract to be settled by arbitration in
the usual manner, for which purpose it may be made a Rule of