Adcock, Henry, active 1824, Advertisement for riding belt, waistband, and waistcoat back, sold by Henry Adcock, London, approximately 1824?
- Advertisement for riding belt, waistband, and waistcoat back, sold by Henry Adcock, London.
- London : Henry Adcock, approximately 1824?
- Physical Description:
- 1 print : engraving ; 22 x 19 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsTT580 .A33 1824Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- Engraved advertisement illustrating a riding belt, waistband, and waistcoat (with two figures of each) sold by Henry Adcock, London.
At head of title, with illustration of the royal arms: By His Majesty's royal letters patent. Henry Adcock, sold by appointment, London.
The London Journal of Arts and Sciences (1824, page 166) notes a patent registered "to Henry Adcock, of Summer Hill Terrace, in the Parish of Birmingham and County of Wawrick, gilt toy manufacturer, for his invention of an improvement in making waistbands, or umbilical, ventrical, lumbar, and spinal bandages, or supporters to be attached to coats, waistcoats, breeches, pantaloons, and trousers, to be either permanently fixed, or occasionally attached and supplied."
- Subject Terms:
- Adcock, Henry, active 1824.Clothing and dress -- Great Britain -- 19th century.Clothing trade -- Great Britain -- 19th century.Tailoring -- Great Britain.Vests -- Great Britain -- 19th century.
Trade cards (advertising)
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