Thought I would share this. Woollands of Knightsbridge This coat was in a suit bag with another item of clothing, a dress. I made the silly assumption both went together and the same label. Woollands is a well documented brand, a Google or Wiki search will reveal all about this company and its history. Knightsbridge archives among others were my friends. In brief, two brothers, ( family of four in all, there being a Moses and sister Mary ), Samuel and William started the company from a small established drapers shop in Knightsbridge in 1869 mainly serving those in service, maids, butlers, shop workers and others. In the years that followed, the company and the original shop premises encompassed several other businesses and all were eventually rebuilt as one. Hard work and success followed Woollands. Its shop window displays were known and liked and the company received patronage from High Society and Royalty. Woollands was purchased in 1947 by Debenhams, the company stopped trading under its name in 1967. During my research, I came across a lift man Woollands employed in the 1900s to ferry its customers to its various floors was referred to as " Grimly " and on the children's floor, a seamstress referred to as No 10. Images of my Woollands coat below, still not sure if it is late 50s--60s but can't be later then 1967 and would like to know what type of material it is made from? It is in perfect as new condition and a size 14.