Dean & Co. was a London printer and publisher of lithographic and woodcut satires, children’s books, jigsaw puzzles, and portrait engravings. The company was founded before 1800 by Thomas Dean and traded under his name until 1810. Thereafter it was known as Dean & Munday from 1811 to 1842, Dean and Co. between 1843 and 1846, and Thomas Dean & Son from 1847 when George Alfred Dean became a partner in the firm until after 1871. In 1921 it was bought by Odham’s the imprint continued until sometime after 1933.
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