J.S. Moss & Son (Firm : Manchester, England), Billhead of J.S. Moss & Son, draper and general outfitter, Manchester, 1881
Billhead of J.S. Moss & Son, draper and general outfitter, Manchester.
- London, 1881.
- Physical Description:
- 1 sheet : illustration ; 27 x 22 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsTT635 .M67 1881 BoxYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- Archives & Manuscripts
- "J. Moss, draper, general outfitter, tailor. 23, Market Street, and 2, Corporation Street. Branches for general hosiery & shirt-making at no. 46, Maket Street, (opposite side) and 24 Cross St. Manchester, [Feb 24th], 18."
Text on either side of engraved image: "Estimates for the equipment of volunteer regiments. Complete outfits for India, China and all parts of the world."
At head of billhead: "Established in the seventeenth century."
In manuscript: "Mr. Jessie Ashley, joiner, Leek, to J.S. Moss & Son. 1875, July 10 [illegible]. 16/6" At bottom of the page, in a different hand : "We have this day removed all authority from Mr. J. Weston to transact any business on our behalf, therefore please remit this [illegible] direct to Manchester".
Completed in pen and black ink.
Lithographed billhead, featuring an image of the exterior of the J. Moss & Son store at 46 Market Street.
- Subject Terms:
- Clothing and dress -- Great Britain.Clothing trade -- Great Britain.Drapery industry -- Great Britain.Interiors.J. S. Moss & Son (Firm : Manchester, England)Manchester (England) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.Military uniforms -- Great Britain.Storefronts -- Great Britain.Woolen goods industry -- Great Britain.
- Lithographs -- 1881.
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