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Calman Links

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July 1977.

of 33 Margaret Street, London, W1. Telephone: Langham 4222. Cables: "Stylish, London"

Links, a Jewish refugee from Hungary, was co-founder of the fur business, Calman Links.

1904 Joseph Gluckstein Links, his son, was born. He became a Canaletto scholar and furrier.

His mother died when Links was 13, and the poor health of his father forced the younger Links to take over the business instead of pursuing an art career.

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of original Fur Models of all Types in Exclusive Furs and Reproductions of Models in Lower-priced Furs. (Earls Court, Ground Floor, Stand No. 325) [1]

Links remained in the fur business his life, at one point becoming director of the Hudson's Bay Company and gaining the royal warrant as the Queen of England's furrier.

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  • [1] Dictionary of Art Historians