4 edition of The history of the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers 1604-2004 found in the catalog.
The history of the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers 1604-2004
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Rosemary Weinstein ; project leader: Past Master John L. Bowler.|
|Contributions||Worshipful Company of Feltmakers (London, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
5 A. C. Stanley-Stone, The Worshipful Company of Turners of London: Its Origin and History, (London, ) and R. Champness, The Worshipful Company of Turners of London, (London, , revised ). 6 I am grateful to Dr Jonathan Mackman for his assistance in translating and transcribing material from the Court of This year, there will be a double celebration because the guest-of-honour will be Geoffrey Vero, the first member of an Atherstone hat business to become Master of the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers of the City of London. The livery company was founded in by King James I to represent the interests of ://+off+to+a+party+tradition+revived.-a
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His handwritten (never-published) speech notes for a presentation he made to the Royal Society in February of provide us with the earliest contemporary description of the felting and hatmaking First book on optometric principles, The Use of Eyeglasses, published in Spain by Daza de Valdes.
King Charles I grants a royal charter to the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers, London. John McAllister, Sr. opens first U.S. shop for optometric services, The Company's livery hall in the City of London is known as Fishmongers' Hall (sometimes shortened in common parlance to Fish Hall); its earliest recorded hall was built in A new hall, on the present site, was bequeathed to the Company in Together with 43 other Livery halls, this one was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in and a replacement hall designed by the architect He is Master of the Worshipful Company of Marketors and a member of the Cripplegate Ward Club and the City Livery Club.
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