1864 - Smithfield Club Show
The firm exhibited at the Smithfield Club Show, held at the Agricultural Hall, Islington, between Monday 5th and Friday 9th December 1864.
Click here to read the entry in the letter book.
The Farmer's Magazine carried this report of the 1864 Show:
In this section we deal with the lighter descriptions of implements, together with some things that have little special connection with agriculture. Washing machines, clothes-wringers, knife-cleaners and sharpeners, hair pomade, and mouse-traps, are not articles whose use is confined to the farming community; but the vendors thereof take advantage of this, as they would of any other opportunity of meeting face to face the many-headed multitude of the metropolis. As these nondescript exhibitors are so intermixed with those which are exclusively agricultural, it will be easiest to take the stands in order. Below-stairs there are thirty-seven exhibitors; above, we begin therefore with stand 37.
Thomas Herbert, 319, Grays Inn Road - A quantity of well-made weighing machines, for all departments of a farmers' business.