Ebay Sneak Preview…

Here’s a sneak preview of a few items that will be on ebay very soon…

1. Three Piece 1930s Morning Dress Outfit

Coat: 36R Trousers: 32W / 31 1/2IL

The coat and trousers were tailored by Tagney & Randell Ltd in 1933

The coat and trousers were tailored by Tagney & Randell Ltd in 1933

The backless waistcoat was made by perennial favourite Brown Muff & Co

The backless waistcoat was made by perennial favourite Brown Muff & Co and requires a set of waistcoat studs...

... which are included at no extra cost! These were made in Liverpool by Geo. Henry, Lee & Co and are quite striking!

... which are included at no extra cost! These were made in Liverpool by Geo. Henry, Lee & Co and are quite striking!!

2. Two Piece 1930s Hector Powe Dress Suit

Coat: 37R Trousers: 36W / 32 1/2IL

Bespoke 1936 Hector Powe Evening Suit. Glorious!

Bespoke 1936 Hector Powe Evening Suit. Glorious!

Very high waisted trousers! Nice.

Very high waisted trousers! Nice.

A beautiful sight if ever there was one!

A beautiful sight if ever there was one!

3. 1950s Montague Burton Blue Blazer

Size: 38L

Everyone needs a blue blazer... especially if it's made by Burton!

Everyone needs a blue blazer... especially if it's made by Burton!

Yay!

Yay!

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Ebay Sneak Preview…

  1. rayfrensham

    If you ever have something: 46 Reg or Long for jacket; 40″-42″ waist ‘/ 32″ inside leg………… (formal wear, from morning suits to frock coats, evening suits to tails / Victorian – Edwardian influenced)….. Please just Get In Touch! – Ray

  2. Sean Campbell

    More superb items, thank you chaps. I have Tails (purchased from yourselves) and Morning Dress so unfortunately there is not anything I could justify purchasing.

    Do you have any fishtail back morning trousers or any in black.

    Many thanks, Sean.

  3. Sean Campbell

    Forgot to say in a 32″ waist and a 31/32″ leg

  4. Hello – would it be possible to let me know how much the 1930s Hector Powe suit is worth? I have one that is exactly the same as the above but dated 1937.

    Many thanks

    Heather

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