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Today's Woman [Magazine]; Volume 13, Number 77 ; March 1946; Reno Residence-complete novel (Taves); Second Honeymoon (Williams); Sunset at Sixteen (Fisher); Shadowy Tide (Steele); etc.

By Geraldine Rhoads (editor); Isabella Taves, Mona Williams, Dorothy Canfielf Fisher, Wilbur Daniel Steele et al, et al.

New York, New York: Hearst Magazines, 1946. First printing. Original Wraps. Very Good -. Single original issue, complete with advertisements and covers. Quarto, 11" tall, 130 pages, wire side stitch, stiff illustrated wraps. A very good minus copy overall, with moderate exterior shelf wear, light exterior soiling, spine chipping at bottom edge cover loose from binding and torn at wire staple ; interior very good, binding solid, but wire staple rusting paper lmoderately yellowed.

$16.50

Harper's Bazar [Bazaar] 'A Monthly Magazine for Women: Volume XL, Number 6; June, 1906; Summer Fashions from Paris (Ashmore); Shifting the Cross (Allen); The Destiny of Women (Wagner); The Passing of Matrimony (Gilmor) Miss de Billion in Paris (Bangs); The Art of Facial Expression (O'Hagan); The Call of the Blood-cont. (Hitchens) ; etc

By Elizabeth Jordan (editor); A. T. Ashmore, Gertrude E. Allen, Charles Wagner, Charlotte Perkins Stetson Gilmor John Kendrick Bangs, Anne O'Hagan, Robert Hichens, et al

New York, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1906. First printing. Magazine. Very good. A single original issue. Quarto, 10" tall, stiff color illustrated wraps, pages 483 to 576 + 72 ad pages, interior illustrated in black and white. A very good copy overall, exterior is moderately worn with covers splitting at spine hinge, significant chipping to the top and bottom of spine, internal binding solid, pages clean, paper lightly yellowed. This is a very readable copy of this now scarce publication. This is a women's oriented sister publication to HARPER'S Monthly.

$35.00

Harper's Bazar [Bazaar] 'A Monthly Magazine for Women: Volume XL, Number 10; October, 1906; Special Autumn Fashion Number (Ashmore); French Lessons in Economical Dressing (Thompson); A Special Messenger (Clarke); The Mask (Canfield); Girls' Rooms (Cutler) ; etc

By Elizabeth Jordan (editor); A. T. Ashmore, Flora MacDonald Thompson, Dorothy Canfield, William Dean Howells, Martha Cutler, Theodosia Garrison, Ednah Proctor Clarke, Mary Stewart Cutting et al

New York, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1906. First printing. Magazine. Very good -. A single original issue. Quarto, 10" tall, stiff color illustrated wraps, pages 865 to 976 + 96 ad pages, interior illustrated in black and white. A very good minus copy overall, exterior is moderately worn with front cover splitting at spine hinge and chipped at the corners, back cover missing, significant chipping to the top and bottom of spine, internal binding solid, pages clean, paper lightly yellowed. This is a very readable copy of this now scarce publication. This is a women's oriented sister publication to HARPER'S Monthly.

$35.00

Harper's Bazar [Bazaar] 'A Monthly Magazine for Women: Volume XXXV, Number 7; November, 1901; Thanksgiving Number; The Girl in Love (Bell); The Last Conquest of Mrs. Byrd (Thanet) ; Bagsby's Daughter-chapts XV-XVII (van Vorst) ; New Pattern Sheet Supplement (laid in); etc

By Elizabeth Jordan (editor); Lilian Bell, Octave Thanet, Bessie and Marie van Vorst, Katherine Pyle, A. T. Ashmore, Maria Blay, Marianna Wheeler, Anna Parmly Paret, et al

New York, New York: Harper & Brothers, 1901. First printing. Magazine. Very good. A single original issue. Quarto, 10" tall, stiff color illustrated wraps, pages 603 to 699 + 54 ad pages + oversize folded pattern sheet supplement laid in, interior illustrated in black and white. A very good copy overall, exterior is moderately worn with covers splitting at spine hinge, significant chipping to the top and bottom of spine, internal binding solid, pages clean, paper lightly yellowed. This is a very readable copy of this now scarce publication. This is a women's oriented sister publication to HARPER'S Monthly.

$45.00

Our New Clothes: Acquisitions of the 1990's
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Our New Clothes: Acquisitions of the 1990's

By Barbara Cavaliere (editor);

New York, New York: Harry N. Abrams/Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art MMA, 1999. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Near Fine/Near fine. Quarto, 11 3/4" tall, unpaginated (approx 84 pages) illustrated throughout, stiff illustrated wraps. A near fine, clean, hard cover first edition with little shelf wear, BUT one corner bumped; binding tight, paper white.

$9.50

Fashion: a history from the 18th to the 20th century [two volumes bound in one] : Volume I: 18th and 19th Century; Volume II: 20th Century (The collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute)

By Akiki Fukai, Tamami Suoh, Miki Iwagami, Reiko Koga, Rie Nii

New York, New York: Taschen , 2006. Second printing. Hardcover--illustrated boards.. Near Fine/Near fine. One volume complete. Quarto, 11" tall, 720 pages (both vols.) illustrated red boards. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover set with little shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper clean. In near fine, lightly worn dust jackets. This is a large and heavy volume and will consequently require some additional postage.

$25.00

The Lost Art of Dress: the Women Who Once Made America Stylish
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The Lost Art of Dress: the Women Who Once Made America Stylish

By Linda Przybyszewski

New York, New York: Basic Books, 1997. First edition. Hardcover--cloth. Near Fine/Near fine. Octavo, 9 1/2" tall, 347 pages plus color plates, beige boards. A near fine, clean, hard cover first edition with little shelf wear; binding tight, paper cream white. In a near fine, lightly edge worn dust jacket with the original price present

$9.50

Le Jardins des Modes; No. 404; Aout 1955. Les Collections D'Hiver du Pret A Porter

By Lucien Vogel et al

Paris, France: Le Jardins des Modes, 1955. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Very Good. French text. Single issue. Folio 11 1/4" tall, 65 pages, color illustrated wraps, black and white illustration scattered throughout, wire saddle stitched. A soft cover magazine, very good overall, clean, internally solid, with light shelf wear, paper moderately yellowed.

$35.00

Fashion in Detail: from the 17th and 18th Centuries
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Fashion in Detail: from the 17th and 18th Centuries

By Avril Hart and Susan North; Richard Davis (photographs); Leonie Davis (drawings)

New York, New York: Rizzoli, 2000. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Near fine. Signed by Avril Hart on the title pages. Prior hardcover edition 1998. Quarto 12" tall, 223 pages; profusely illustrated, mostly in color, stiff illustrated wraps. A near fine, clean, neat soft cover with light shelf wear, one corner slightly bumped, binding solid, internal paper clean and white, with a previous owner's bookplate on the half-title page.

$65.00

The Cut of Women's Clothes 1600 - 1930
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The Cut of Women's Clothes 1600 - 1930

By Norah Waugh

New York, New York: Routledge--Theatre Arts, 1968. Later printing. Hardcover--cloth. Near fine/Very good. Quarto, 336 pages with intertextual illustration plus 71 black and white plates, black cloth. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover reprint with little shelf wear but glued binding is cracked though secure and binding otherwise tight, paper white. In a very good lightly worn dust jacket with some edge wear at the top of the backstrip with a short edge tear.

$65.00

Cloth and Costume 1750 to 1800; Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

By Tandy and Charles Hersh

Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Cumberland County Historical Society, 1995. First edition. Decorative Cloth. Near fine/Very good. 1000 copies printed. Quarto, 11 1/4" tall, xxii + 211 pages, orange cloth. A near fine, clean neat hardcover with light shelf wear, binding tight, paper white. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket.

$45.00

The Age of Watteau, Chardin, and Fragonard: Masterpieces of French Genre Painting
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The Age of Watteau, Chardin, and Fragonard: Masterpieces of French Genre Painting

By Colin B. Bailey: Philip Conisbee, Thomas W. Gaehtgens

New York, New York: Yale University Press, 2003. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine/Near fine. Quarto, 12 1/2" tall, ix + 412 pages, illustrated in color throughout, black boards. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a near fine, lightly worn dust jacket with rubbing at the top and bottom edges of the backstrip.

$65.00

Fashion: a history from the 18th to the 20th century [2 vols] : Volume I: 18th and 19th Century; Volume II: 20th Century  (The collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute)
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Fashion: a history from the 18th to the 20th century [2 vols] : Volume I: 18th and 19th Century; Volume II: 20th Century (The collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute)

By Akiki Fukai, Tamami Suoh, Miki Iwagami, Reiko Koga, Rie Nii

New York, New York: Taschen , 2006. First American edition. Hardcover--illustrated boards.. Near Fine/Near fine. 2 vols. Quarto, 13 1/2" tall, 720 pages (both vols.) illustrated pink boards. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover set with little shelf wear, but slight color fading to the bottom cover edge; hinges and binding tight paper clean but a previous owner's name penned on the front half-title page on both volumes. In near fine, lightly worn dust jackets. These are large and heavy volumes and will consequently require some additional postage.

$35.00

Johan Zoffany RA: Society Observed
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Johan Zoffany RA: Society Observed

By Martin Postle; Clarissa Campbell Orr, Jesisica David, Gillian Forrester, Charles Greig, Maya Jasanoff, Kate Retford, Robin Simon and MaryAnne Stevens

New York, New York: Yale University Press, 2011. Revised Edition. Hardcover--cloth. Fine/Fine. Quarto, 11 3/4" tall, 312 pages, illustrated in color throughout, black cloth. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover edition with little shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white. In a fine, lightly worn dust jacket.

$28.50

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK and Magazine; Volumes LXIII ; December, 1861; What Ladies have done for Maritime Discovery; City relations--2 (Janvrin); Christmas Story (Foman); A New Version of Paul and Virginia; The Third Class Hotel (Haven); Auntie's Merry Chistmas (T. P. W.); Mr. and Mrs. Rasher-11 (Victor); etc.

By Sarah J. Hale and L. A. Godey, editors ; Mary W. Janvrin, Mary Forman, Alice B. Haven, Auntie's Merry Chistmas, T. P. W., Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, et al

Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1861. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Fair +. This is a single original issue BUT all the steel plate engravings have been removed, including the engraved title page. It does contains the complete text of articles plus several illustrated pages; included in the regular pagination are several non-fashion illustrations, and some embroidery designs and other fashion related items. Octavo 10 1/4" tall, fashion plate pages missing but with complete text pages 469 to 546 + contents page for complete volume number + back cover (front cover missing). In fair plus condition over all, spine chipped and back cover tattered at the edges and light to moderately soiled, binding still secure, interior very good (other than missing plates which includes title page), paper relativelyclean and lightly yellowed. A reading copy only, do not buy this for illustrations.

$19.00

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK and Magazine; Volumes LXIII ; October 1861; Spices.--Nutmeg, Clove, Cinnamon; Josepha Ashton's New Silk Dress (Woodley); Daguerreotypes in Three Chapters-3 (C.A.H.); Stolen Finery (Victor); Lois Lee-2 (Haven); Laws and Ordinances (Worthen); Blind ; Mr. and Mrs. Rasher-10 (Victor); etc.

By Sarah J. Hale and L. A. Godey, editors ; Edith Woodley, C. A. H., Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, Alice B. Haven, Augusta W. Worthen, et al

Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1861. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Good +. This is a single original issue BUT all the steel plate engravings have been removed, including the engraved title page. It does contains the complete text of articles plus several illustrated pages; included in the regular pagination are several non-fashion illustrations, two pages of music and some embroidery designs and other fashion related items. Octavo 10 1/4" tall, fashion plate pages missing but with complete text pages 275 to 360 + front and back cover. In good plus condition over all, spine chipped, covers lightly soiled, binding still secure, interior very good (other than missing plates which includes title page), paper clean and lightly yellowed. A reading copy only, do not buy this for illustrations.

$25.00

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK and Magazine; Volumes LXIII ; October 1860; The foreign count (Janvrin); A Whisper to a Newly Married Pair; From our own Correspondent (Forrest); Match-Making (Woodley); Robert Grey's Darling (Frost); Spring Winds (Haven); Aunt Sophie's Visits-7; ; etc.

By Sarah J. Hale and L. A. Godey, editors ; Mary W. Janvrin, Virginia de Forrest, Jessie Atherton, Edith Woodley, S. Annie Frost, Alice B. Haven, Lucy N. Godrey , et al

Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1860. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Good +. This is a single original issue BUT all the steel plate fashion engravings have been removed, including the engraved title page. It does contains the complete text of articles plus several illustrated pages; included in the regular pagination are several non-fashion illustrations, two pages of music and some embroidery designs and other fashion related items. Octavo 10 1/4" tall, fashion plate pages missing but with complete text pages 301 to 384 + 1/3 of the front and complete back cover. In good plus condition over all, spine chipped, covers light to moderately soiled, binding still secure, interior very good (other than missing plates which includes title page), paper clean and lightly yellowed. A reading copy only, do not buy this for illustrations.

$25.00

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK and Magazine; Volumes LXII; March 1861; The steam-engine familiarly explained; How a Woman Loves (Maitland); Sunshine and Shade-3 (Warner); Acting Charade--Stratagem (Frost); The Cities of Refuge (M. W. B.); Mr. and Mrs. Rasher-3 (Victor); Twelfth-Night (Franco); etc.

By Sarah J. Hale and L. A. Godey, editors ; Mary Maitland, Fannie Warner, S. Annie Frost, M. W. B., Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, Franz Franco, et al

Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1861. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Good. This is a single original issue BUT all the steel plate engravings have been removed, including the engraved title page. It contains the complete text of articles; included in the regular pagination are pages of embroidery designs and other fashion items. Octavo 10 1/4" tall, minus missing plate pages, but with complete text pages 205 to 288 + covers; In good condition over all, spine chippe, with cover edge tears, back cover with larger chips missing, and covers light to moderately soiled, binding still secure, interior very good (other than missing plates which includes title page) paper clean and lightly yellowed. A reading copy only, do not buy this for illustrations.

$25.00

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK and Magazine; Volumes LXIII ; September 1861; The Heiress's Ruse-1 (Janvrin); Daguerreotypes in Three Chapters-2 (C.A.H.); The Night of Terror; How My Fate was Blighted (Elma); Lois Lee-1 (Haven); Sunshine and Shade-9 (Warner); Mr. and Mrs. Rasher-9 (Victor); etc.

By Sarah J. Hale and L. A. Godey, editors ; Mary W. Janvrin, Elma, Alice B. Haven, Fannie Warner, Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, et al

Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1861. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Fair +. This is a single original issue BUT all the steel plate engravings have been removed, including the engraved title page. It does contains the complete text of articles plus several illustrated pages; included in the regular pagination are several non-fashion illustrations, two pages of music and some embroidery designs and other fashion related items. Octavo 10 1/4" tall, fashion plat pages missing but with complete text pages 191 to 264 + front cover (back cover missing). In fair plus condition over all, spine chipped and back cover, light to moderately soiled, binding still secure, interior very good (other than missing plates which includes title page), paper clean and lightly yellowed. A reading copy only, do not buy this for illustrations.

$19.00

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK and Magazine; Volumes LXII; May, 1861; Instruction in Persian painting and painting on wood; Woodland Flower (Blossom); My Forte (Frost); A Great Bargain (Janvrin); Imaginatio and Fancy Among the Arabs (Mille); Sunshine and Shade-5 (Warner); Mr. and Mrs. Rasher-5 (Victor); etc.

By Sarah J. Hale and L. A. Godey, editors ; Apple-Blossom, S. Annie Frost, Mary W. Janvrin, James De Mille, Fannie Warner, Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, et al

Philadelphia: Louis A. Godey, 1861. First edition thus. Original Wraps. Good -. This is a single original issue BUT all the steel plate engravings have been removed, including the engraved title page. It contains the complete text of articles; included in the regular pagination are pages of embroidery designs and other fashion items. Octavo 10 1/4" tall, minus missing plate pages, but with complete text pages 397 to 480 + covers; In good condition over all, spine chipped, with cover edge tears, and front cover significant soiled, binding still secure, interior very good (other than missing plates which includes title page) interior paper generally clean and lightly yellowed. A reading copy only, do not buy this for illustrations.

$25.00

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