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John Hamilton & Co.'s Trousers Stretcher, 1884

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PressmarkEvan.8011
Heading or VenueJohn Hamilton & Co.
TitleNo gentleman should be without John Hamilton & Co.'s patent portable trousers stretcher[.] The only effective instrument ever introduced, and by its use trousers will retain their original length and shape until worn out. ... Flannel trousers, after being washed, cannot possibly shrink or get out of shape if stretched upon this instrument. ... Sold by all first-class tailors and outfitters throughout the world. Wholesale only of John Hamilton & Co., sole patentees and manufacturers, 12, Southampton Street, Strand, London, W.C. Works: - Birmingham. ...
Size26 cm.
Date[1884]
IllustrationsWith illustrations of the trousers stretcher ready for use, in use, packed in case and case-closed; also with illustrations showing trousers worn before and after use.
NotesPrinted in black and red ink. - With opinions of the press; the latest dated December 15th 1883. - Also with details of the Company's stand as 200, South Nave at the London International and Universal Exhibition, Crystal Palace, on the reverse.
GenreAdvertisement
SubjectManufacturers
NamesInternational and Universal Exhibition (London : Crystal Palace. 1884)
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