A National Rivers Authority Manager's cap worn by John Powell, with an embroidered Thames Conservancy cap badge.
Made by Louis Bernard.
A white plastic covered cap with a braided peak. The Thames Conservancy crest- two shields, anchor and crowns. The peak has gold braid and laurel leaves. Black plastic belt around the middle. Inside is brown leather with a makers label.
Lord Desborough's Thames Conservancy cap. Lord Desborough was an accomplished amateur punter and also chairman of the Thames Conservancy from 1904 - 1937. A mile long cut in the River Thames near Weybridge bears his name.
The Thames Conservancy was given control of the river from the source to Yauntlet Creek in 1866. In 1909 the the Port of London Authority was created to manage the tidal river.
A Thames Conservancy peaked officer's cap with a detachable summer cover.
Made by Monnery's Ltd.
A black serge peaked cap (size 6 7/8) lined in blue, with a brown leather inner band and a hard black shiny peak, green underneath. There is a red diamond-shaped retailers label inside. The detachable summer cover is made from white cloth with an elasticated edge.