**Post Labels for the LABEL RESOURCE Here** 2019

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Labels for the Label Resource - Add here' started by pinky-a-gogo, Feb 3, 2019.

  1. Althea Lane Ford

    Althea Lane Ford Registered Guest

    1970s Maidenform Swim
     
  2. MegamiTenchi

    MegamiTenchi Registered Guest

    Hello! I have some labels to submit once I photograph them, but I have a question about one of them. Are you interested in dual label collaborations? My example is a hat from Henri Bendel that has both the Bendel Label as well as the hatter's label, Frederick Jones. Would this be of interest for the label resource?
     
  3. thespectrum

    thespectrum Administrator Staff Member

    We welcome any labels that are not already on the resource. Looking forward to seeing what you have.
     
  4. MegamiTenchi

    MegamiTenchi Registered Guest

    Awesome, thank you! I'll see if I can get them photographed this weekend :)
     
  5. Susan Ross

    Susan Ross Registered Guest

    1970's Velvet Hooded Coat
     
  6. DadJeans

    DadJeans Registered Guest

    1920s or 30s R.M. Ballantyne Ltd. Men's Pullover Sweater (not to be confused with the much-larger Scottish Ballantyne of Peebles)
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  7. AntiqueTrader

    AntiqueTrader Registered Guest

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    Found in a 1960s pullover - seems to be related to Ermenegildo Zegna. Does anybody know about this label, maker?

    The pullover belongs to my great grand uncle, he was always dressed in a very formal and elegant way.
     
  8. Bunny Marie

    Bunny Marie Registered Guest

    (1) date of garment: late-1960s to early-1970s
    (2) type of garment: Women's Overcoat
    (3) any information you have about the designer/label and where you found that info:
    It is called Raindrops by London Fog. On the tag it says it was made and styled by the London Town MFG Co. of Baltimore, Maryland with Caribe Cloth. I can't really find much information online. Mine is a Powder Blue color with a matching detachable belt and it is lined with gingham fabric on the inside. I've only found two similar coats which are yellow colored.
     

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  9. dextella

    dextella Registered Guest

    (1) date of garment: 1940s
    (2) type of garment: Day Dress with pockets made of cotton
    (3) any information you have about the designer/label and where you found that info:
    It is designed by Betty Barclay - however most information on-line states it was founded in 1955, however this dress is a little bit older - early 1940s design with puff sleeves, no zipper, just buttons on back and big wartime pockets.
     

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  10. thespectrum

    thespectrum Administrator Staff Member

    Betty Barclay was a line that was acquired by Jonathan Logan and is older than 1955. I would love to add your label to our resource but I need a bigger image if you have one. Thank you!
    @dextella
     

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