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Model No. 919. Conservative two button notch lapel style; Model No. 920. Conservative three button notch lapel style; Designed for business wear.

Model No. 921. Young men's long roll "Chesterfield style"; Model No. 922. Young men's two button rope shoulder style; Model No. 923. Young men's one button peaked lapel style; Model No. 924. Conservative three button straight front style; Model No. 925. Conservative three button double-breasted style; Model No. 926. Conservative three button stout model.

Model No. 728. Conservative three-button notch lapel style; Model No. 729. Conservative two-button notch lapel style.

Model No. 927. Young men's two button stout model; Model No. 928. Conservative two button stout model.

Model No. 137. Young men's stout two-button style; Model No. 138. Conservative stout two-button style; Model No. 138. Conservative stout three-button style.

Model No. 126. Young men's three-button hot weather style; Model No. 127. Young men's double-breasted hot weather style; Model No. 128. Young men's two-button hot weather style; Model No. 129. Conservative two-button hot weather style.

Model No. 730. Young men's two-button stout model; Model No. 731. Conservative two-button stout model.

Model No. 133. Conservative three-button notch lapel style; Model No. 134. Conservative two-button notch lapel style; Model No. 135. Conservative three-button straight front style; Model 136. Conservative three-button double-breasted style.

Model No. 732. Medium fitting three-button double-breasted style; Model No. 733. Conservative three-button double-breasted style; Model No. 734. Conservative three-button straight front style; Model No. 735. Conservative three-button stout model.

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