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The Fashions: Expressly designed and prepared for the Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

Price list; B. Kuppenheimer & Co.; Chicago, Nov. 1, 1899.

[Half title.]

Period about 1775.

[Half title.]

Period about 1800.

[Colophon.]

Period about 1804.

[Title page.]

Period about 1810.

[Frontispiece.]

Period about 1814.

1801 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Period about 1815.

1802 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Period about 1820.

1803 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Period about 1825.

1804 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Period about 1835.

1805 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Period about 1840.

1806 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

The spring book of B. Kuppenheimer @ Co.

1807 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class A: suits; No. 1. The new Bowdoin sack suit.

1808 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class A: swatches of fabric.

1809 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

In passing; No. 7. The new Epsom topcoat.

1810 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Flannel outing suits; No. 9. The new Breakwater summer suit.

1811 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class B: suits; No. 2. The new Military sack suit.

1812 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class B: swatches of fabric.

1813 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Supplement to class B: swatches of fabric.

1814 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

New trends in ladies tailored topcoats: double-breasted open pleat style; open pleat style in single-breasted model; three-button double-breasted, two buttons to button style; five-button finger-tip swagger coat; bal-raglan with convertible military collar; sporty sigle-breasted raglan with all around belt.

Class C: topcoats; No. 8. The new Boulevard topcoat.

1815 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class C: swatches of fabric.

1816 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class D: suits; No. 3. The new Rugby sack suit.

1817 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class D: swatches of fabric.

1818 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Where the work is done: B. Kuppenheimer @ Co. Fine clothing.

1819 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class E: bullock suits; No. 5. The new Salisbury cutaway suit.

1820 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1821 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Class E and Class F: swatches of fabric.

1822 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

In trousers again: No. 10. Trousers.

1823 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

The value we offer; No. 4. The new Downtown sack suit.

1824 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Back cover of the Spring book of B. Kuppenheimer & Co.

1825 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1826 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1827 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1828 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1829 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1830 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1831 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1832 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1833 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1834 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1835 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1836 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1837 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1838 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1839 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1840 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1841 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1842 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1843 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1844 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

Model No. 101. Young men's three-button notch lapel style.

1845 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1846 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1847 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1848 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1849 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1850 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1851 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1852 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1853 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1854 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1855 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1856 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1857 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1858 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1859 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1860 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1861 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1862 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

1863 [Women's fashion in nineteenth-century Paris]

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