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Identifier: hardmerchoctdec1910toro
Title: Hardware merchandising October-December 1910
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Subjects: Hardware industry Hardware Implements, utensils, etc Building
Publisher: Toronto :
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries

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Sovereign Radiators for CHATEAU LAURIER CHATEAU LAURIER AS IT WILL LOOK WHEN COMPLETED The large contracts and the particular orders for Radiation in modernbuildings call for Sovereign Radiators. Chateau Laurier is one ofour large and particular contracts. Identity yourself with Sovereign Hot Water Boiler* and Radiators. Ycuwill find them a good advertisement. TAYLOR-FORBES $%{& HEAD OFFICE, WORKS AND FOUNDRIES. GUELPH. CANADA. Toronto, 1088 King St. W. Montreal, 246 Craig St. W. Vancouver, 1070 Homer St. Winnipeg, The Vnlcan Iron Works. St, John.N.B., B. G. Rogers. Halifax, N.S., General Contractors Sapply Co. Quebec, Mechanics Supply Co. Calgary, Barnes Company.

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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS—page 82-83. HARDWARE AND METAL Canadas Biggest ShowingAthletic Goods 1911 Hammocks

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Was King Arthur italian? Maube not but at San Galgano there are evidence (the sword itself!) that the legend probably started here.
This is a wonderful medieval gothic abbey; it is not very common to find gothic churches in Italy and this one is of exceptional beauty!
It was built in 12th century and abandoned in 15th… restoring works started about 40 years ago and still go on…
The structure is perfectly preserved while the roof … is the sky! This makes it a very amotional place to visit.
The roof did not collapse… it was disassembled by the paisants in 16th sec. to be sold and reused. it was common knowledge that the roof contained lead sheets which were then very valuable. The lead was sold and the rest of the roof reused for other construction.
The sword is preserved in the near Montesiepi sanctuary.

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