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Cracknall, James, creator.
Billhead of James Cracknall, clothier, London, for tailoring provided to Lord Strathallen, 1830.
Alternate Title(s):
To James Cracknall, breeches maker
London, 1830.
Physical Description:
1 sheet : illustration ; 17 x 21 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
TT570 .C72 1830 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Archives & Manuscripts
Records repairs to two pairs of trousers, totalling £8/7/5. Cracknall records receipt of payment on June 23, 1831.
"To James Cracknall, breeches maker to His Majesty and their Royal Highnesses, the Dukes of York, Cumberland & Cambridge. 29, Old Bond Street, London."
The client is presumably James Andrew John Lawrence Charles Drummond, 6th Viscount Strathallan (1767-1851)
Billhead features an image of the royal arms of Great Britain, engraved by Sawyer & Son.
Completed in pen and black ink.
Subject Terms:
Clothing and dress -- Alteration.
Clothing and dress -- Care.
Clothing and dress -- Great Britain.
Clothing trade -- Great Britain.
Cracknall, James.
London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Strathallan, James Andrew John Lawrence Charles Drummond, Viscount, 1767-1851.
Tailoring -- Great Britain.
Engravings -- 1830.
Receipts (financial records)
Blank forms.
Financial records.
Nathan Sawyer & Son, engraver.
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