5 Object Results

circa 1900 – 1930

A leather bag containing a collection of assorted collars. Manufacturers include Arrow and Welch, Margetson, and Co. Ltd. of London. Almost all collars are stamped to hand-labeled "HMC" or "H.M. ...

A group of twenty-seven men's detachable shirt collars. Most have a handwritten or stamped "HMC" monogram. Collars were most likely owned by Herbert Manton Chase; most were found in a circular bro...

A pair of shirt cuffs made of a black and light green striped fabric. The stripes are printed on a cream plain weave ground. Each cuff has a three buttonholes and a small tab with a buttonhole. Pos...

A pair of shirt cuffs made of blue and white plain weave cotton (chambray). Cuffs have three buttonholes each and a small tab with a buttonhole. Very stiff, possibly from starch. Possibly belonged ...

A pink and white striped knitted scarf, made by Harriet Wilbour. Stripes are 1/4" wide. Pink and white tassels attached to two edges. Could alternately be a child's blanket.

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