- Also known as
primary name: Fenner, Rest
other name: Gale & Fenner
- organisation; printmaker; publisher/printer; British
- Other dates
- 1812-1846 (fl.)
- No.53, Paternoster Row, London
- Engraver and printer, sole proprietor of Gale & Fenner from 1819, which subsequently went bankrupt.
?= also of Fenner, Sears & Co c.1830 (q.v.)
Trade card in Heal Collection (Heal,99.116) advertises "Dr. To Rest Fenner, Engraver, Stationer and Copper Plate Printer To Her Royal Highness The Princess Sophia. Banker's Notes, Checks, Bills of Exchange, &c. Merchants and Tradesmen's Bills of Parcels. Gentlemens Cards with Every Description of Ornamental & Plain Engraving. Arms Found and Engraved on Stone, Steel & Silver. Engraving on Steel. Brass Plates for Doors &c. Title Pages Designed. Warranted to Print any Number." Trade card in Banks Collection (Banks,59.64) advertises "Bank Notes, Checks, Bills of Exchange & Lading, Receipts, Bills of Parcels,Tradesmen's and Gentlemen's Cards, with every description of ornamental & plain Engraving Executed by Rest Fenner... Stationer & Printer. Titles, Vignettes, Frontispieces & Illustrations to Books, Designed, Drawn, & Engraved on Steel, To Print any Number. Improved Plate Papers & Stationery in general. Brass plates for Houses & Office doors. Arms found, Painted on Vellum, Crests, Ciphers [sic] & Ornaments on Stone, Steel or Silver."