Tailor & Cutter Magazine

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Date:20th of June 1947


The Tailor & Cutter

20th June 1947

Vol 82 No.4207

Pages 417 - 432

The Tailor & Cutter was a trade journal and magazine published between 1866 and 1972. For some, if not all, of this time it was published by The John Williamson Co. Ltd. There is an advert for Newhall's Ham's Tweeds on the front of these pages.

This copy is part of a donation by Hall & Son tailors of Leamington Spa.


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Bill Head
Bill Head

Printed headed paper for bills from Hall & Son Tailors, Leamington Spa.

Furniture Store's Bill
Furniture Store's Bill

A printed and handwritten bill to Mrs Hamilton Davies from Thomas Lane and Company. ...

Prickle Wheel
Prickle Wheel

Tailors use prickle wheels to prepare thick fabrics for sewing. The prickle wheel ...


A letter sent by T.W. Ferrers-Walker to Mr Dodd on 27 March 1990. In the letter ...

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Donor ref:LEAMG : M4691.2010.39 (70/28755)

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