Photos are not to scale, but some photos with a ruler: Here


Doig, Wilson, and Wheatley

A variation on previously posted labels, emailed by Mr Harvey.

Another iteration, courtesy of Tammy Watts.

Below, originally posted 8/4/12

This Scottish framing company was established in 1840, and traded under three different names in its history:
Doig, McKechnie & Davies 1857-1884, Doig & McKechnie 1885-1895, Doig, Wilson & Wheatley 1895-1957.
Detailed information on this company and its history can be found on the National Portrait Gallery, British picture framemakers 1630-1950 resource.


Charles E. Luton

Here is another label for Charles E. Luton, slightly more interesting than the first example:

Example below posted on 15th May 2013:

Thomas Agnew & Sons.

The latest Thomas Agnew & Sons label that I have come across is almost identical to the first one posted, however the text 'Frame Re-Gilt By' is omitted and a new line of text states: 'Fine Art Publishers To His Majesty' also there is a reference number 1618

Here below is another Thomas Agnew label, this must be earlier than the one previously posted, no sons in the business yet, the address only mentions Manchester and while the street is the same, it is a different number. Posted on 1st August 2014:

Label below posted on 23rd July 2014: