Donaldson Litho / A 49 means?

Reply Wed 18 Jul, 2018 01:01 pm
We have a theatre poster dated 1894-1898 made by Donaldson Litho Co., Cincinnati, O London A 49. Might anyone know what the A 49 indicates? It is printed and located within the company logo, lower right side of poster and in the same ink as the company logo. Any help? Thank much!
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Reply Thu 19 Jul, 2018 10:57 pm
The company's London premises were located on the old A49 Road.

There was a nearby coaching inn that offered a service of fresh horses and refreshments for passengers.

Reply Fri 10 Jul, 2020 03:25 pm
Thank you!
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Reply Sat 11 Jul, 2020 01:05 am

Just in time
You found me quite sublime
Before you came my rhyme
Was running low

I was lost
The losing dice were tossed
My bridges all were crossed
Nowhere to go

Now you're here
And now I know just where I'm going
No more doubts or fears
I found my way

'Cause you came just in time
You found me just in time
Down the A49
That lovely day


This 1898 dageurrotype image shows me with in the coach house window.
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