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Times (London)
6 August 1918

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Martin Kosminski
Furrier,
Proprietor of the business of
George Poland & Son,
190, Oxford Street, London W.1.,
and holder of the Warrant of Appointment as Furrier to H.M. The King,
wishes it to be clearly understood that he has not sold all his stock and has not retired from business, but that, on the contrary, he is now showing one of the finest collections of Peltry ever assembled, including every kind of rare and costly Russian Sables, Silver and White Foxes, very fine Marten Skins, and a host of other furs of the best kinds.

Martin Kosminski specialises in the fashioning of highest class furs to his customers' individual requirements, and at such work his reputation as a master furrier is second to none in the kingdom.


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