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1870s - 1890s Patterns


#213 Victorian Corset.

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

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#303, 1882-1888 Bustle Wedding Gown with Cathedral Train.

Multi-sized 10 through 16.

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#211, 1894 Butterick Pattern Company Tea Gown or Wrapper.

Multi-sized 10 through 18

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#214, 1893-1897 Night Gown.

Multi-sized 10 through 20.

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#207 & #208 1897 Side Closing Bodices and Circular Skirt.

Multi-sized 8 through 20.

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#212, 1896 Demorest Pattern Company Eretria Blouse Waist.

Multi-sized 10 through 16.

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#301 1893 Wedding Gown Bodice.

Multi-sized 8 through 20.

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#900, 902 1880s-1890s Riding Habit Ensemble featuring a Skirt, Bodice and Trowsers. The original habit was custom made in New England and brought to San Diego, California.

Multi-sized 10 through 20.

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#901 1880s-1890s Riding Habit Ensemble Trowsers.

Multi-sized 10 through 20.

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#903 Late 1880-1892 Day Dress.

Multi-sized 8 through 26..

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#904, an 1880's Polonaise and Walking Skirt.

Multi-sized 10 through 20.

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#905, #906 and #907: A Three Piece Ensemble-Bodice, Skirt and Overskirt Fashionable circa 1883-4

Bust 31-1/2" - 36-1/2", Bust 38-42", Bust 44-48"

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#910, 1870s-1901 One Piece Apron Front Overalls.

Waist 32-52".

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#1662, an 1898 Girl's Dress.

Size 2 - 8

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#113, 1899-1910 Spectator Jacket.

Individual sizes: 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 or 20

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#210, 1899-1900 Double Breasted Dress Jacket.

Multi-size 10 to 18.

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Men's Shirt: Issued July 1890 and included in the 1894 Butterick Catalog

Size: 38" bust, 15, 15-1/2 or 16" neck.

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Dorcas Apron: 1896

Size: Medium

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Ladies' Seven-Gored Skirt: Circa 1896

Waist 20"

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Ladies' Waist: Circa 1896

Bust 30"

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Hugenot Skirt: Circa 1897

Size: Medium.

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Ladies' Nine-Gored Skirt: Circa 1899

Waist 22"

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Infant's Dress: Circa 1899

infant

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Girl's Coat: Circa 1899

Chest 26"

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Anson Shirt Waist: Circa 1899

Bust 36"

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Bernard Waist: Circa 1899

Bust 36"

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