Compare: Amazon Craigslist eBay Google Shopping
antique victorian DELINEATOR/ BUTTERICK WOMEN'S FASHION PATTERN CATALOG Does not apply
Returns Accepted 10119 Reviews from Buyers Seller ratingRatings Safe and secure paymentsSafe and secure payments. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

antique victorian DELINEATOR/ BUTTERICK WOMEN'S FASHION PATTERN CATALOG

118.7
$124.95 (5% off)
About this Item
Available stock:1
Guarantee: Paypal Buyer Protection
Location: Avondale, Pennsylvania
Handling Time:1 business day
Returns: Accepted
Share:
About the Seller
ShippingHandling time and Shipping policy

Original/Reproduction : [ORIGINAL]
UPC : [Does not apply]
© 2016 PixalSoft. All Rights Reserved
About This Item
Item Specification
. antique victorian DELINEATOR/ BUTTERICK WOMEN'S FASHION PATTERN CATALOG Click HERE to view or search ANTIQUE.COTTAGE listings. Nice rare late 1800s-1905 (14.75" x 16") pattern book with clothing for children, women, men, accessories. Can you imagine framing each page? Or the value of it's use as a reference of victorian fashion clothing and styles. Or just the fact that this is a rare item. This book IS NOT COMPLETE, but there are approx 150 pages filled with LOTS of patterns, with names and descriptions, on each page. First attached page is 53, and there is a partial detached on before that. Last page is 214. There are about 5 pages missing in the center that I saw, but I am not guaranteeing that there are not more. Probably not though. Nice and clear. Wear to pages as shown. RARE and awesome REFERENCE BOOK. 74-79 missing from the butterick.mcall.com site: In 1873, Butterick created a new publication called The Delineator. Originally, The Delineator was intended simply to market Butterick patterns. However, it quickly expanded into a general interest magazine for women in the home. As readership skyrocketed, The Delineator continually gained revenues and prestige. By the turn of the century, it was considered to be the finest women's service and fashion magazine. By 1876, E. Butterick & Co. had 100 branch offices and 1,000 agencies throughout the United States and Canada. Butterick patterns had also made their debut in Paris, London, Vienna and Berlin. In Paris, the international center of high fashion, more patterns were sold from the Butterick Shop than anywhere else in the world. Butterick patterns not only met the fastidious requirements of the Parisienne, they were praised by royalty all over Europe. CONDITION: pages are cracked, paper is VERY FRAGILE - Pennsylvania residents to pay 6% sales tax. - International buyers are responsible to pay VAT or other Taxes to their countries as required. LOC: km-117 LOC2: 117-KM Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution