19th-Century Fashion Advertising, Our Styles For The Present Season

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19th-Century Fashion Advertising, Our Styles For The Present Season

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This charming late 19th-century lithograph was produced by Freudenthal & Co for clothing manufacturers, TJ Thomas & Ellis Jones, to showcase the latest fashion. There are 17 styles including the DB Gladstone (after the Prime Minister), Ulster, Demi Sac, Tourist Blouse, Frock Coat and D B Prince Alfred. There’s also a Riding Habit for the lady.

TJ Thomas & Ellis Jones were based at 138 Queen Victoria Street, London, and little is known about their store. It was home to a “meeting of Welshmen'' in 1881 and was dissolved in 1882. The advertisements were folded so maybe they were designed to be given out as an insert or distributed through the press.

Framed nicely and glazed.

Medium: Lithograph on paper
Overall size: 28½” x 24” / 72cm x 61cm
Year of creation: c. 1880
Condition: Some darker areas, particularly along the fold but otherwise fine.

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