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Times (London)
6 June 1921

Advertisement

Important Fur Sale

The lease of his present premises having been disposed of
Martin Kosminki
(Proprietor of Geo. Poland & Son)
is offering the whole of his magnificent stock previous to removal.

£60,000 worth of first quality furs to be sold at a reduction of one third off marked prices.

Mr. Kosminski's reputation in the fur world during the past half century for superfine quality and choicest selection is unrivalled, so that the present opportunity is unique and will not fail to interest all who wish to secure really distinctive furs at extraordinarily attractive prices.

Sale commences today (Monday), June 6th, at 190 Oxford Street, W.1.


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