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Gentlemens Gallery

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Choose from 27 pictures in our Gentlemens collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Epsom Derby - 1954
Epsom Derby - 1954
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Advert for Chas. Baker & Co. gentlemen & boy's clothing 1887
Advert for Chas. Baker & Co. gentlemen & boy's clothing 1887
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Advertisement for Charles Baker & Co.s Store
Advertisement for Charles Baker & Co.s Store
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Tristram Shandy by Hogarth
Tristram Shandy by Hogarth
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Arthurs Club & Brooks Club
Arthurs Club & Brooks Club
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Crockfords Club
Crockfords Club
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Gentlemen's chains in 18-carat gold for fob watches
Gentlemen's chains in 18-carat gold for fob watches
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Gentlemen's watch in 18-carat gold case
Gentlemen's watch in 18-carat gold case
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Advert for American Shoe Company 1907
Advert for American Shoe Company 1907
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Page of Victorian adverts 1897
Page of Victorian adverts 1897
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Hunting clothing 1880s
Hunting clothing 1880s
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English gentleman holding his fob watch
English gentleman holding his fob watch
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Arthurs Club & Brooks Club Featured Image

Arthurs Club & Brooks Club

Arthurs was a London gentlemens club, now dissolved, which was established in 1811 and was disbanded in 1940. Between 1827 and 1940 it was based at 69 St Jamess Street. It is now best remembered for having built the London clubhouse currently occupied by the Carlton Club. Brookss is a gentlemens club in St Jamess Street, London. It is one of the oldest and most exclusive gentlemens clubs in London. Date: 1875

© Mary Evans/Peter & Dawn Cope Collection Mary Evans/Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

Advert for Woodrow Ltd mens headwear 1925
Advert for Woodrow Ltd mens headwear 1925
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Advert for Peter Robinson gentlemen's evening wear 1895
Advert for Peter Robinson gentlemen's evening wear 1895
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Advert for Phillips's & Co gentlemen's fur coats 1893
Advert for Phillips's & Co gentlemen's fur coats 1893
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Gentlemen's fashions for November 1844
Gentlemen's fashions for November 1844
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Gentlemen's fashions for December 1849
Gentlemen's fashions for December 1849
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Advert for International Fur Store 1903
Advert for International Fur Store 1903
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The Cocoa Tree Club of St. Jamess Street
The Cocoa Tree Club of St. Jamess Street
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Warwick, hall porter of the Marlborough Club
Warwick, hall porter of the Marlborough Club
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Waitress in a gentlemens club by Fish, WW1
Waitress in a gentlemens club by Fish, WW1
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Advert for Aquascutum coats 1935
Advert for Aquascutum coats 1935
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Isaac Walton & Co in Brixton, London
Isaac Walton & Co in Brixton, London
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Selfridges, London - Section of Gentlemans Outfitting
Selfridges, London - Section of Gentlemans Outfitting
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Selfridges, London - Section of Gentlemans Outfitting Featured Image

Selfridges, London - Section of Gentlemans Outfitting

Selfridges & Co, Oxford Street, London - Section of Gentleman's Outfitting. Founded by American-born retail magnate Harry Gordon Selfridge (1858 - 1947), the Flagship store in Oxford Street was opened in 1909. Selfridge was an innovator in the fields of marketing and advertising, creating a complete shopping environment of enjoyment as opposed to mere functionality. The perfume section was placed front centre (still in evidence in every department store today), merchandise was placed on open display and the store was backed with direct and widely-visible advertising campaigns. This set of cards is a fine example! The London store was designed by Daniel Burnham

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Wait Your Turn
Wait Your Turn
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Chas Baker and Co.Stores
Chas Baker and Co.Stores
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AMERICAN TUXEDO 1907
AMERICAN TUXEDO 1907
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