I've not heard of Ted Pritchard, but my guess is that Hall's may very well have built frames for the trade (how it ended up at TP's), or quite simply TP had customer for a frame and happened upon a suitable one at HH's.
Many builder's built for the trade, as many shops did not actually build frames themselves, but it was common practice to put the shop's name on a frame.
Suggest rather than email HH's I would call them: might help if you need to make a purchase, even if only a cable set - might help oil the wheels.
If it is an HH I'd restore it as one.
P.S Nervex lugs by the way.
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