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Times (London)
6 October 1917

Advertisement

"Fur Trade Sensation"
A Denial

In reply to numerous enquiries, and to prevent further misunderstanding,
Martin Kosminski,
trading as George Poland & Son,
Art Furriers, 190, Oxford Street, W.,
begs to advise his many clients that he is in no way connected with any so called Fur Trade Sensation. His large business is still being conducted under his personal supervision, and his expert advice - as hitherto - is available for selecting from the finest stock in the Metropolis of Furs of the rarest and refined character. Martin Kosminski trusts his numerous customers, many of whom have dealt with him for a great number of years, will favour him with a visit before selecting else where.


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