Advertisement for clothing outfitters Hyam & Co.

Advertisement/Ephemera/Illustration/Image

Description

English

Hyam and Company was a successful Victorian clothing manufacturer and outfitters with a chain of shops in London, Birmingham and Leeds. This advertisement showcases the 'leading styles for the present season' for men and boys, complete with prices. Its manufactuing of suits for 'Eton, Harrow & Rugby' - top private schools - reveals that the company attracted wealthy customers who sought high quality clothing.

Full title
Hyam & Co.'s Leading Styles for Home & School Wear
Format
Advertisement / Ephemera / Illustration / Image
Creator
Hyam and Co.
Held by
British Library
Usage Terms
Free from known copyright restrictions
Shelfmark
RB.31.b.95(48)

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