Copyright Notice

All photos and text are copyright Vintage Haberdashers, with the exception of period advertisements, which are in the public domain.

I’m more than happy to help with any research, and to allow the usage of my photos- all you have to do is ask.

If I see my content reproduced without permission, it’s a different story, and thankfully, ebay in particular takes intellectual property infringement very seriously.

14 thoughts on “Copyright Notice

  1. I loved reading all your information on the Point Blanket coats and the long history from different manufacturers. I make a jacket/vest from recycled vintage blankets and other textiles that speak to me. Thank you so much for cataloging and sharing your collected information.

  2. I would like your permission to reference your site in my ebay ad for a Drybak Feather jacket. Great info. Thanks.

  3. I like to use your photos on hat parts and styles education preteen children about the different styles and parts and the care that was taken in creation of each hat.

  4. I would like to use your photo of the A G Meier & Co label on Ancestry.com for Albert G Meier. Thank you for posting this information.

  5. Hi! I am blown away by your content, absolutely great! I just lucked into the exact leather jacket (Albert Richards Goatskin mid 40s) but also have the belt. I want to know if you conditioned the leather at all and how you would straighten out bent pocket flaps. It’s in great condition except for a torn lining .What would you suggest charging for a jacket like this if I decide to sell. Also would like to send you some photos of some pants with reinforced seat and short,legs with side zip to wear over boots. Navy blue gabardine. Inside label is washed away but I think I see the word Sgt. Lots of pockets… So maybe vintage motorcycle cop pants??? Again, amazing vintage uniform quality. Please send response to my email. Thanks! I love this site.

  6. How can I license the use of a vintage Duxbak logo to illustrate a nostalgic essay in South Carolina Wildlife magazine – a conservation magazine published the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

    Thanks,

    Joey Frazier, editor

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