International Fur Store

International Fur Store

The International Fur Store was established at 163-165 Regent Street, London in 1882 under the management of T. S. Jay, a probable relative of W. C. Jay.

Advertisements of the time claimed that the store produced “the finest furs in the world” as well as sealskin jackets and coats, and articles made from sable, sea otter and silver fox skin.

The International Fur Store traded until at least the 1930s.

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