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#001 1820s-1840s Corded Stay.

multi-sized 10 through 20.

Sarah Levitt in her book Victorians Unbuttoned says: "Nearly all women wore stays; they were essential for decency, and to go without them was to risk being considered a 'loose woman'. One also risked looking peculiar, since the popular idea of the female shape was based on the shape created by whalebone and lacing rather than nature."

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#002, Two Early Nineteenth Century Chemises. A simple chemise was worn under the stay and helped keep the stay clean.

Multi-sized 10 through 26.

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#008 1830s-1840s Small-Fall Trowsers with Frog Pockets.

Order the trowsers in one of Two Waist Sizes: 28"-42" or 44"-52".

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#030: A "Transition Stay" Fashionable Circa 1796-1806

Multi-sized 8 through 26 in B, C and D cups

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#031 Circa 1796-1806 Lewis & Clark Era Front Closing Gown

Multi-sized 8-14, 16-20, 22-26 in B, C and D cups.

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#032 1804 U.S. Army Issue Artillery Coat

This pattern is available in army issue sizes 1 [35 Chest], 2 [37] and 3 [39] and modern sizes 4 [41], 5 [43], 6 [45], 7 [47], 8 [49], 9 [50], 10 [52], 11 [54] and 12 [56].

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#038: A Partially Boned "Transition Stay" Fashionable Circa 1793-1820

Multi-sized 8 through 26

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#040: Napoleonic Era British Foot Soldier's Jacket circa 1806-1820

This pattern is available in army issue sizes 1 [36], 2 [38], 3 [40], 4[42] and modern sizes 5 [44], 6 [46].

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#042: 1806 to 1815 State Militia Regimental Coat NEW 2013!

This pattern is available in chest sizes 36-40, 42-48, and 50-56

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#041: U.S. Army Roundabout Matching 1812 Specs

This pattern is available in U.S. Army issued sizes 1 [38], 2 [40], 3 [42], 4[44]

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