T.F. Salter, hat maker, at the Gold Laced Hat and Fame

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Trade card of Thomas Frederick Salter, a milliner who ran several shops in London during the late eighteenth century and first half of the nineteenth century. The shopfront of his longest-standing premises at 47 Charing Cross is depicted at the bottom of the card, its windows full of hats in various styles, mostly men’s hats. At the top of the card a depiction of the process of hat making, showing a team of men working on different elements of the manufacturing process.

  • Creator: Salter, T. F. (Thomas Frederick), active 1814-1826.
  • Title: T.F. Salter, hat maker, at the Gold Laced Hat and Fame, 47 Charing Cross, London [graphic] : military & naval hats / Carpenter sculpt.
  • Publication: [London] : [T.F. Salter], [between 1793 and 1843]

Catalog Record

File 66 793 Sa176

Acquired November 2021

Peter Pridham, from London

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Articles for sale listed in three columns, separated by printers’ ornaments; first column begin: Black half-ell modes; three quater ditto; yard-wide ditto; black half-ell, three-quarter, plain, and figur’d satins …

  • Title: Peter Pridham, from London, on the Quay, Brixham : sells the following articles, in the linen, woollen, haberdashery and hosiery, with every other article in the millinery branch.
  • Published: Exeter : Printed by W. Grigg, bookseller and stationer near Broad-Gate, in the Fore-Street, 1779.

Catalog Record

Acquired October 2011.