About Brooks Brothers
Brooks Brothers retails apparel for men, women, and children. The Company specializes in men's suits, dress shirts, polo shirts, blazers, and outerwear. Brooks Brothers also offers items including skirts, sweaters, dresses, sleepwear, shoes, handbags, wallets, accessories, and jewelry. On August 27th, 2020, Brooks Brothers was acquired by Simon Property Group. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Neckwear, Fashion accessories, Dresses, Tops (clothing), Jackets
Neckwear, Fashion accessories, Dresses, Tops (clothing), Jackets
Latest Brooks Brothers News
Jan 26, 2023
News Provided By Share This Article 19th-century daguerreotype photograph of an unidentified young woman that the scientific mission recovery team nicknamed, “Mona Lisa of the Deep.” (Photo credit: Holabird Western Americana Collections.) This image shows the “Mona Lisa of the Deep” daguerreotype as it was discovered in 2014 in a pile of the ship’s coal on the seabed, about 7,200 feet below the Atlantic Ocean’s surface. Large 18 karat Gold Rush ore engraved brooch that California’s first millionaire, San Francisco businessman Samuel Brannan, was sending to his son in Geneva, Switzerland as a gift to the son's teacher. (Photo credit: Holabird Western Americana Collections REGARD ring created with gemstones that spell out that name – Ruby (missing), Emerald, Garnet, Amethyst, Ruby, and Diamond -- recovered from the fabled “Ship of Gold,” the S.S. Central America. (Photo credit: Holabird Western Americana Collections.) California Gold Rush-era clothing items, including early Brooks Brothers shirts, were found in the submerged trunk of S.S. Central America first-class passenger John Dement of Oregon, a merchant and military veteran. (Photo courtesy of California Gold Mar The auction will be conducted in Reno, Nevada and online by Holabird Western Americana Collections, LLC (www.HolabirdAmericana.com), which is based in Reno. This is the last opportunity for collectors to acquire historic artifacts from the fabled 'Ship of Gold'. The 420 lots represent an incredible time capsule of the California Gold Rush-era.” — Fred Holabird RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, January 26, 2023 / EINPresswire.com / -- The second and final auction of never-before-offered, historic California Gold Rush artifacts recovered from the 1857 sinking of the fabled “Ship of Gold,” the S.S. Central America , will be held on Saturday, March 4, 2023. It will be conducted in Reno, Nevada and online by Holabird Western Americana Collections, LLC ( www.HolabirdAmericana.com ). The public auction features exquisite Gold Rush jewelry; vintage clothing including an early Brooks Brothers shirt; ship’s objects such as cabin and dining plates, bowls, and bottles; a recovered porthole; the only still-intact Gold Rush treasure shipment box; and an intriguing 1850’s photograph of an unknown young woman now nicknamed “Mona Lisa of the Deep.” The six-ton remote-controlled submersible scientists successfully used between 1988 and 1991 to locate and retrieve the Central America’s legendary sunken treasure nearly a mile-and-a-half under the Atlantic Ocean will also be offered. “This is the last opportunity for collectors to acquire previously unoffered, historic artifacts from what Life magazine proclaimed, ‘America’s greatest treasure.’ The 420 lots in the auction represent an incredible time capsule of the California Gold Rush-era,” said Fred Holabird, president Holabird Western Americana Collections. One of the important items is a large 18-karat gold quartz engraved brooch that prominent San Francisco businessman Samuel Brannan -- California's first millionaire -- was sending to his son in Geneva, Switzerland, as a gift to the son's teacher. Among the 45 other recovered jewelry pieces in the auction is a REGARD ring, named for the first letter of each of the five gemstones it contains: ruby (missing from the ring), emerald, garnet, amethyst, ruby, and diamond. Other highlights include: • A superb resolution, 19th-century daguerreotype metal plate photograph of a young woman. The scientific mission recovery team nicknamed the unidentified woman, “Mona Lisa of the Deep,” after retrieving the photo in 2014 from the seabed where it was discovered in a scattered pile of the ship’s coal. • The only known, complete treasure box from the 1850s California Gold Rush period. An embossed wax seal on the box is still easily readable as “Alsop & Co.,” renowned merchants and gold treasure shippers of the era. • Clothing items, including an early Brooks Brothers shirt discovered in the trunk of first-class passenger John Dement, a merchant and military veteran. There are also items found in the trunk of first-class “royalty” passengers, Ansel and Adeline Easton, who were on their honeymoon trip to New York. She survived in a lifeboat; he clung to debris in the water for hours after the ship sank until the crew from another vessel rescued him. • The remotely operated underwater vehicle nicknamed “Nemo” that was used by scientists and engineers to locate and recover the SS Central America treasures deep on the Atlantic Ocean seabed four decades ago. The six-ton submersible was displayed at the 2022 World’s Fair of Money after being stored in an Ohio warehouse since 1991. • A massive 32.15-ounce gold bar created in San Francisco by prominent Gold Rush assayers John Glover Kellogg and Augustus Humbert. • An 1851 Colt Navy pistol. • Thirty-seven Cuban cigars apparently brought on board when the ship stopped in Havana on the voyage to New York. “The auction also offers recovered coal and portions of the S.S. Central America itself, including a porthole from what is believed to be Captain William Lewis Herndon’s topside cabin,” said Dwight Manley, managing partner of California Gold Marketing Group, consignor of the sunken treasure. “The S.S. Central America was carrying tons of Gold Rush treasure from San Francisco and the northern California area when she sank 7,200 feet deep in the Atlantic off the North Carolina coast in a hurricane while on a voyage from Panama to New York City in September 1857. Recovery from the shipwreck site occurred in several stages between 1988-1991 and again in 2014,” explained scientist Bob Evans who was on each of the recovery missions. Holabird Western Americana Collections, LLC has prepared an extensive catalog with many illustrations of the S.S. Central America recovery operations in 3-D. Copies of the March 2023 auction catalog are available for $100 each with the price refundable with any purchase from the auction. For additional information about the auction, visit Holabird Western Americana Collections of Reno, Nevada at www.HolabirdAmericana.com , call 775-851-1859, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. # # # #
Brooks Brothers Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Brooks Brothers founded?
Brooks Brothers was founded in 1818.
Where is Brooks Brothers's headquarters?
Brooks Brothers's headquarters is located at 346 Madison Avenue, New York.
What is Brooks Brothers's latest funding round?
Brooks Brothers's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Brooks Brothers raise?
Brooks Brothers raised a total of $20M.
Who are the investors of Brooks Brothers?
Investors of Brooks Brothers include Simon Property Group, Gordon Brothers and Wells Fargo Capital Finance.
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