As Mundodorantes.com customer, you have several options for collection or delivery of the lots that you purchase on our website, either by direct sale or by auction:
Collection at MundoDorantes facilities You can pick up your lots at our facilities in Lebrija (Seville), once you have been informed by email that the lots are available. You can check our address and the schedule of our collection calendar on our CONTACT section.
Delivery by Transport Agency:
If the delivery address is in the Iberian peninsula or in one of the countries indicated in our shipping table, the shipping costs will be automatically added to the sales invoice, these are automatically calculated according to the weight table.(SEE SHIPPING TABLE)
If the delivery address is not in the Iberian Peninsula or in our table of countries, MundoDorantes will send your order in the days following the purchase, with an estimate for settlement with the costs of transport and packaging
Collection of lots by your private carrier:
You can use your own means of transport or hire the one of your choice directly. In this case, only, the packaging would be charged if it were necessary.
Top hat signed by “WOODROW. 46, PICCADILLY. LONDON. “
Vintage black top hat Top hat signed by “WOODROW. 46, PICCADILLY. LONDON. ” size 55.
Woodrow, was a milling company based at 46 Piccadilly Street London. They also had locations at 42 Cornhill in London, as well as Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Dublin. Woodrow made a variety of hats and they were not only distributed around the British Islands but had international circulation. An advertisement in Australia’s Sydney Mail on September 4, 1935 read: ‘Woodrow hats are British. Made with the best quality English and Scottish skins. Obtainable for hatters and first-class men’s stores. The ad also stated that the hats were issued with a royal order by King George V.
Trompeta de latón y alpaca, extensible, firmada por “ARMY & NAVY. C.S.L.
The Army and Navy Cooperative Society Ltd. was established on September 15, 1871 and consisted of a group of officers from the army and navy. The objective of the cooperative was to supply goods to its members at the lowest remunerative rates, and it was based on two previous models: the Civil Service Supply Association and the Civil Service Cooperative Society. The society rented part of a distillery premises on Victoria Street, London, which was owned by Vickers & Co, and in February 1872 a grocery store was opened on this place. By 1873, the store offered stationery, curtains, luxury goods, tailoring, groceries, a pharmacy, and even a weapons department. The store was too small for the growing business so the founding members rented a house next to their existing warehouse and purchased one more warehouse on Johnson Place.
340,00€ VAT included
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