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Identifier: commercialinte1921p1cana
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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in imitation mahogany is perhaps ingreatest demand. EXTENSION SEAT WITH COVER One of the best, if not the best, seats with a cover as far as sales are concerned isthe extension seat with cover. This seat is bought from the manufacturer in polishedimitation mahogany at 15s. 9d. each and in polished solid mahogany at 24s. 9d. each.In this case, as in most of the others, brass hinges are preferred. 362 TRADE AND COMMERCE No. 8 91—February 28, 1921 STANDARD SEAT What would likely be ranked third in order of popularity as a selling propositionis the standard seat without a cover. The manufacturers prices are 9s. 6d. each inunpolished hardwood, lis. 9d. each in polished imitation mahogany, and 21s. 3d. eachin polished solid mahogany. Side hinges are used. This seat in solid mahogany is agood seller. STANDARD SEAT WITH COVER The standard seat with side hinges is also made with a cover. It sells in imitationmahogany polished, for 21s. 3d. and in solid mahogany, polished, for 31s. 6d. each.

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Standard Seat. Standard Seat with Cover. There are other styles in demand but it is hoped that the above information willindicate some of the closet seats which find favour in this district. NEW BRITISH EXPORT CREDIT SCHEME A new British export credit scheme is under consideration by the Government^to which leading bankers and insurance companies of the United Kingdom arepreparing to give support. The new plan, says the United States Commerce Reports,is as follows:— (1) A committee will be formed of all bankers and insurance companies partici-pating in the scheme. (2) Similar committees will be formed of similar experts in foreign countriesto give the necessary guaranties for the bills. (3) The Government will lend to financiers half of the £26,000,000 at presentallocated by the Government for export credits. (4) The financiers will give their services, knowledge, and experience and bearthe entire cost of working the scheme free of charge to the Government, obtainingtheir remunerat

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