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Lawrence & Co. (London, England) Lawrence & Co.'s cheap clothing establishment :
Lawrence & Co. (London, England)
Lawrence & Co.'s cheap clothing establishment
[not before 1882]
Clarke, J., active 1820, creator. J. Clarke :
Clarke, J., active 1820
J. Clarke
[approximately 1820?]
Boys Clothing House (London, England), creator. The Boys Clothing House, A.B. Joseph & Co. :
Boys Clothing House (London, England)
The Boys Clothing House, A.B. Joseph & Co.
[approximately 1864?]
Our Boys Clothing Company. "Our Boys" Clothing Company's universal progressive drawing book.
Our Boys Clothing Company
"Our Boys" Clothing Company's universal progressive drawing book
[ca. 1885?]
Perring, John. Advertisement for hats and caps sold by John Perring, 85 Strand, London.
Perring, John
Advertisement for hats and caps sold by John Perring, 85 Strand, London
between 1834-1845
Young's London Drapery House (Firm : Tynemouth and Whitley) Advertisement for Young's London Drapery House.
Young's London Drapery House (Firm : Tynemouth and Whitley)
Advertisement for Young's London Drapery House
1886
Albert Boot and Shoe Warehouse (London, England), creator. George McKoen, maker of the celebrated French calf side-spring boots at 12/6, equal to bespoke, Albert Boot and Shoe Warehouse :
Albert Boot and Shoe Warehouse (London, England)
George McKoen, maker of the celebrated French calf side-spring boots at 12/6, equal to bespoke, Albert Boot and Shoe Warehouse
[mid 19th century]
Potter, John (Hatter), creator. Potter, No. 22, Old Bond Street, late foreman to Mr. Breach, hatter to Their Majesties.
Potter, John (Hatter)
Potter, No. 22, Old Bond Street, late foreman to Mr. Breach, hatter to Their Majesties
[approximately 1816]
A. M. Redfern (Firm : Leek) Advertisement for A. M. Redfern,
A. M. Redfern (Firm : Leek)
Advertisement for A. M. Redfern,
1827
Siddall, Charles, 1804- Charles Siddall, tailor, &c., Eppleby.
Siddall, Charles, 1804-
Charles Siddall, tailor, &c., Eppleby
March 31st 1840
Roche, Patrick (Bootmaker) Billhead recording shoes purchased by Mr. Roberts from P. Roche, boot maker, Liverpool.
Roche, Patrick (Bootmaker)
Billhead recording shoes purchased by Mr. Roberts from P. Roche, boot maker, Liverpool
1850
Gaimes, Sanders & Nicol. Specimen of one of the materials used by Messrs. Gaimes, Sanders & Nicol, 22 Birchin Lane, Cornhill, & 111 Strand :
Gaimes, Sanders & Nicol
Specimen of one of the materials used by Messrs. Gaimes, Sanders & Nicol, 22 Birchin Lane, Cornhill, & 111 Strand
[1854?]
A. Lynes and Son. A. Lynes & Son's new and novel styles for the season :
A. Lynes and Son
A. Lynes & Son's new and novel styles for the season
[187-?]
 Straw Hats :
Straw Hats
[between 1830 and 1840?]
Gaimes, Sanders & Nicol. Specimen of material used in the new ventilating hat :
Gaimes, Sanders & Nicol
Specimen of material used in the new ventilating hat
[1851]
 Lloyds collar supports :
Lloyds collar supports
early 20th century
Claymore & Son (Liverpool, England), creator. Claymore & Son, general merchants, Liverpool.
Claymore & Son (Liverpool, England)
Claymore & Son, general merchants, Liverpool
1833?
Banke, A. de. A. de Banke, milliner and dress maker :
Banke, A. de
A. de Banke, milliner and dress maker
between and 1840 and 1850?
White, Joseph, (Dyer) Joseph White, silk, woollen & cotton dyer, clothes cleaner and finisher :
White, Joseph, (Dyer)
Joseph White, silk, woollen & cotton dyer, clothes cleaner and finisher
[1823]
Stokes, Edward (Hatter), creator. Stokes, maker, 52 Cheapside.
Stokes, Edward (Hatter)
Stokes, maker, 52 Cheapside
[approximately 1830?]
Adcock, Henry, active 1824. Advertisement for riding belt, waistband, and waistcoat back, sold by Henry Adcock, London.
Adcock, Henry, active 1824
Advertisement for riding belt, waistband, and waistcoat back, sold by Henry Adcock, London
approximately 1824?