|Name||Cremer (W and W H Cremer junior)|
|Brief Description||W Cremer was at 27 New Bond Street c1860 and his son W H Cremer junior at 210 Regent Street from c1861|
|Copyright Registrations in this name||5|
|Number of Adverts in Database|
|see Hannas notes.
The New Bond Street business retailed games including some by Jaques and Ogilvy.
W H Cremer at 27 New Bond Street claimed "Manufacturer and Importer of Toys and Games to Her Majesty and all the Royal Family, the Courts of Prussia, France and Austria". He showed prize medals awarded London 1862 and Paris 1867.
His son at European Toy and Game Warehouse, 210 Regent Street, claimed "Makers of Games to Her Majesty's Army, and the Principal Foreign Courts". Like his Father he also claimed "By Special Appointment to HRH The Princess of Wales" and he added "The only Exhibitor of Croquets in the Exhibition of 1862, and in the Paris Universal Exhibition, 1867". "Manufactured by Cremer, Jun., 210, Regent Street".|