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Nash vs Inman (1908)
Nash vs Inman (1908)

An undergraduate from Cambridge, the son of a Cambridge based architect, was supplied with £122 worth of clothes by a Savile Row tailor. This included 11 ‘fancy waistcoats’ costing 2 guineas each (£2.10). The student’s father then refused to pay and the tailors sued.

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