Prickle Wheel

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Date:1954 - 1998 (c.)

Description:Tailors use prickle wheels to prepare thick fabrics for sewing. The prickle wheel is run across the fabric which leaves a line of holes that sewing needles can easily pass through.

This prickle wheel was given to Richard Dodd by his wife. He worked at Hall and Son Tailors in Leamington from 1954 until it closed in 1998.


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1870s
Bill Head
Bill Head

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

1890s
Furniture Store's Bill
Furniture Store's Bill

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

1940s
Tailor & Cutter Magazine
Tailor & Cutter Magazine

The Tailor & Cutter 20th June 1947 Vol 82 No.4207 Pages 417 - 432 The Tailor ...

1990s
Letter
Letter

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 : M4691.2010.3 (70/28759)

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