The Savoy Taylors’ Guild Ltd.: Designers and Makers of Savoyard Fine Clothing
18cm x 11.5cm.  pages, black and white illustrations. Lettered saddle-stapled wrappers.
1920s men’s fashion catalogue for the well dressed man. Founded in 1906 Savoy Taylors Guild based in London’s Strand (and operating there until only recently) aimed “to supply high-grade outfitting for men, in commodious surroundings, giving honest value and exercising an unceasing effort to satisfy the wishes of its customers”. This early catalogue, illustrated by Minister & Co., shows a range of suits for everyday, lounging, formal occasions, around town, playing golf, and while driving the automobile or travelling aboard the steamer. OCLC shows no holdings of any Savoy Taylors Guild catalogue or archive. This copy with two 1928 newspaper clippings laid in, being Parts II and III of Clothes and the Man by Clive Hamilton.
Very minor bump to crown fore-edge corner. Near Fine Condition.
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