Discussion in 'PUBLIC Labels for the Label Resource - Add here' started by Pinky-A-GoGo, Nov 24, 2007.
Nifty label for a pair of 50s men's pj's by Forsyth:
An additional 1980s DVF Label. This one looks a bit different to me. Is it me or is that underline more 'smiley' than the other labels? lol
An additional Ralph Lauren Label from the mid 80's - Hong Kong
Miller & Rhoads from a Frank Gallant 60's suit jacket:
And some additional mystery labels...
Mizz Lizz - 70's corduroy jumper style dress:
Kassel Brothers - 70's Long Bold Printed Hostess Style Dress
And from the same dress The Wilroy Traveller New York:
Rarer Biba separates label, which used the sun logo:
From an early Seventies wool jumper
Would it be dreadfully, dreadfully troublesome for my entries (both labels and bios) on the label resource to be re-done as Vintage-a-Peel.co.uk instead of emmapeelpants? I don't want to cause any headaches or a lot of work for anyone, but I'm trying to emphasize the website name more than the 'emmapeelpants' thing these days!
I need to get some alternative Ossie/Quorum labels up for you as well!
From a 1970's Hermes cotton tuxedo shirt:
Oh shoot, I deleted a bunch of those old label pics, cause I thought you had them already. Do I need to go dig them up again?
80s Balenciaga skirt:
90s Mondi jacket:
80s Ellen Tracy dress:
Late 70s early 80s Givenchy silk dress:
Early to mid 60's Oleg Cassini beaded jacket.
1930s Neiman Marcus label
Oldest one that I have seen so far! I posted a picture of the blouse it came from in the label discussion board.
It is a Neiman Marcus Co label on the lower left side of a 1930s blouse. Blouse is button down and has side snaps.
The lady that I acquired an esate from was apparently close personal friend with the brothers of the Neiman Marcus group. I am meeting with her neighbor this week who is supposed to be bringing me pictures of her with them, I can post those pictures too if interested!
Thank you Jennifer
Liz, I'll be glad to change them as I run across them, but it will take a while to get them all located.
Jody, I don't know if Tiffany has them saved of not. I'll check.
Thanks to all of you!
Hi all--got them....except for the ones Jody deleted
Sorry! I haven't noticed this thread being bumped up. Promise I will check in daily to be on the safe side.
I'll try to get them back up for you in the next couple of days, Tiffany.
thanks jody--sorry about that!
OK--All caught up.
Thank you Jody for reposting them!
Label images and a bio for Henry Rosenfeld are found here:
Henry Rosenfeld thread
I'll be back with specifics...
80s Courreges fur coat lining:
The Charles F. Berg Company began as an umbrella and glove shop in Portland, Oregon in 1921, when Berg purchased the shop known as Lennon's which he had been running. Berg's son Forrest joined the company in 1922 to run the new ready-to-wear department. The store experienced phenomenal growth under his guidance. In 1930, Berg leased a 3 story building on SW Broadway and updated the facade with Art Deco detailing, which still exists today. The Charles F. Berg store closed in 1983, but the building still goes by that name and is on the National Register of Historic Places as one of the few remaining examples of the art-deco style in a Portland commercial building.
From a late 1960's dress:
Doesn't look as though you have this Catalina one:
It's from this swim suit:
I dated it as late 50's early 60's from an ad for "the art of eve" by Catalina
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