Advertisement For Hector Powe Uniforms Cut From A 1940 Issue Of The Sphere (1900-1967)

Object number

LDVAL 2013.10.2

Description

Newspaper cutting advertising Hector Powe officer uniforms taken from the June 15th issue of The Sphere (1900-1967)

Physical description

Advertisement contains illustrations of the faces of three officers, each one representing a seperate service, there is one from the Navy, Army and the R.A.F. Underneath this illustration is a brief paragraph on why Hector Powe is the best choice, including the information ?Uniforms can be supplied to measure within three days, or ready for immediate wear.?, this is then followed by the name of the company, their Regent Street location, and a mention that they also do civil tailoring. at the bottom of the advertisement, there is a small list of other places that you can find Hector Powe stores.

Condition

Good

Type

Advertisement

Size

Whole length: 180mm
width: 124mm

Collection type

Ephemera

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Metadata
InstitutionValence House Museum
TypeAdvertisement
Collection typeEphemera