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Jekmoth Home Store

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1929. British Industries Fair catalogue.
1949. British Industries Fair catalogue.

of 10 Wetherby Terrace, Earls Court, South Kensington, London, SW5. Telephone: Kensington 1639. Cables: "Jekmoth, Fulroad, London". (1929)

of Jekmoth House, 15 Lillie Road, Fulham, London, SW6. Telephone: Fulham 7838-9. Cables: "Jekmoth, Walgreen, London". (1947)

  • 1929 British Industries Fair Advert for 'Jekmoth' - moth-proof home-storage device. Manufacturers of Jekmoth Home Store. An ingenious device which enables clothes and furs to be stored without the uses of malodorous insecticides; moth-proof, dust-proof and damp-proof. Most important of all is, that it is airtight. (Textiles and Clothing Section - Stand No. S.24) [1]
  • 1947 British Industries Fair Advert for 'Jekmoth' Protection for Clothes. "Silhouette" and "Roomy-Top" Garment Bags. Manufacturers of Garment Bags and Folding Safety Wardrobes and Shoe Cabinets, etc. Absolute protection for Furs and Clothing against moth, damp and dust. Special Models for Tropical Climates. (Fancy Goods Section - Olympia, 1st Floor, Stand No. G.2024) [2]

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  1. 1929 British Industries Fair Advert 172; and p90
  2. 1947 British Industries Fair Advert 30; and p148