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Example of different style of decoration prevalent at end of codex. Blue initial with red penwork, yellow daubs as placemarkers.

Opening of hand 4, different style initials, rubrics in French.

Hand 2 begins? Or perhaps continuation of hand 1? New style of initials. Rubrics and placemarkers.

New style of initials, rubrics, placemarkers.

Suffrage of St. Michael archangel. Scribal hand 2. Explicit of text, different style of initials.

Miniature of John the Baptist and seemingly different style of border decoration. Text in gold.

Change of hand? Change of decorating style.

Different scribe or different script style; border of strewn flowers, insects, bird.

Different border style, small initials, linefillers, French text.

Old style tiled roofed house Depeyster St. and Water St. N.Y.

Stove in the mediœval style designed by Pugin for Hardman of Birmingham.

Carpets in the mediæval style designed by Pugin for Crace of London.

U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C. after the Doric Style of Architecture.

U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C. after the Doric Style of Architecture.

U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C., after the Doric Style of Architecture.

[Boys in military style uniform.]

[Boys in military style uniform.]

Maple sugar making. Gathering the sap, (old style).

South Battery, showing the style of Charleston houses.

Maple sugar making. Gathering the sap, (old style).

U.S. Patent Office, Washington, D.C., after the Doric Style of Architecture.

South Battery, showing the style of Charleston houses.

Orobus littoralis, 1. Vexillum, wing, and a keel petal, 2. Calyx, 3. Stamens, 4. Pistil, 5. Inner face of the style, 6. Legume, 7. Same with one valve removed. All the details except 6 and 7 enlarged.

U.S. General Post Office, Washington, D.C., Palatial Style, modified Corinthian Order.

U.S. General Post Office, Washington, D.C., Palatial Style, modified Corinthian Order.

The Langham. A drawing room (style, 'Adam'); A library (style, 'Modern French Renaissance').

The Langham. A dining room (style, 'Colonial'); A dining room (style, 'Elizabethan').

Bureau du roi Louis XV. French tansitional Louis XV-XVI style. Commenced in 1760, completed in 1769. Musée du Louvre, Paris. (Copy in the Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London.)

Circular table of various marbles, with chased gilt mounts. French: style of the First Empire. Palace of Fontainebleau. Folding screen (paravent) of carved and gilt wood with silk panels. French: style of the First Empire.

Upright secrétaire inlaid in various woods, with cast, chased, and gilt bronze mounts. The woodwork by Charles Saunier. The marqueterie by Foulet (French transitional Louis XV-XVI style, ca. 1765.) The Wallace collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London.

Inlaid and painted satinwood writing-desk cabinet, ormolu mounted. Style, late eighteenth century. Formerly in the Willett Collection.

Panelled room: French. Style of the régence. Carved oak chair, Le Garde Meuble, Paris. Ormolu-mounted mahogany writing table. Ormolu-mounted bombé commode, by Charles Cressent. In the Wallace Collection, Manchester Square, London.

Psyché and bed of Napoleon the First. French: style of the first empire, Chateau de Compiègne, France.

Mahogany arm-chair, style of Chippendale. Property of Lt.-Col. G. B. Croft Lyons, ca. 1750.

Upright secrétaire in parqueterie of various woods, with ormolu-mounted rosettes, etc. French transitional Louis XV-XVI style. Property of the Rt. Hon. Charles Stuart Wortley, M.P.

Gilt state bed of Queen Marie Antoinette. The Lyonnais silk hangings, designed by Phillippe de Lassale. In the chambre a coucher, Palais de Fontainbleau, France. French, style Louis XVI: The Barrière of empire period.

Carved and gilt draped domed bed (lit a couronne), style Louis XVI. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, W. Bureau-toilette (or petit secrétaire) in marqueterie. Style, transitional Louis XV-XVI. Wallace collection, Hertford house, London W. Cartonnier in green lacquer, style, transitional Louis XV-XVI. Wallace collection.

Carved gilt couch covered in rose brocade de Lyons. French: style, late Consulate. From the Chateau de Maisons-Laffitte, Paris. The property of T. Leman Hare, Esq.

Three elephants in a six-piece panel of matt-glaze tiles; A polar bear, cleverly outlined in poster style in a six-part tile panel vol. 2, no. 6, p. 222

Setting the Style (Cinema 1913)

Setting the Style (Cinema 1913)

Prospect Gables Modern Apartments, Prospect Ave. New Brighton, Staten Island, N.Y. [Tudor style buildings with old car parked in front advertising text on back.]

Tailored smartness in spring suits for ladies: the single-breasted open pleat waist-line style; double-breasted model of the open pleat waist-line style; three-button sport style; two-button peaked lapel style; link button style; three-button double-breasted style; two-button notch label style.

Model No. 117. Three-button university style; Model No. 118. Two-button university style; Model No. 119. Four-button university style.

Model No. 702. Young men's two-button notch lapel style.

Model No. 246. Swagger three-button single-breasted raglan; Model No. 247. Authentic bal-raglan; Model No. 248. Popular bal-raglan; Model No. 249. Chesterfield style; Model No. 250. Fly front model with "swing" collar.

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

Model No. 105. Young men's two-button peaked lapel style; Model No. 106. Young men's one-button peaked lapel style; Model No. 107. Young men's four-button notch lapel style.

Model No. 901. Double-breasted style for young men (three buttons - two to button).

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. 714. Three-button sports style.

Model No. 123. Two-button sports style: an informal model with notch lapels, three patch pockets, lower ones with flaps, stitched edges, sport back with half belt and "roll swing" pleats; Model No. 124. Three-button sports style; Model No. 125. Two-button sports style.

Model No. 726. Medium fitting three-button notch lapel style; Model No. 727. Medium fitting two-button peaked lapel style.

Ladies tailored suits - six button style, short peaked lapels, pleated puffed shoulders, two-button peaked lapel style, two-button notch lapel style, piped lower pockets, link button model, wide peaked lapels, welt pockets, three button peaked lapel style, open pleats at waist in front, two-button double-breasted model.

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

Model No. 909. Two button notch lapel university style; Model No. 910. Three button notch lapel university style.

Model No. 233. Three-button double-breasted style; Model No. 234. Three-button double-breasted ulster; Model No. 235. Three-button double-breasted wrap-around raglan; Model No. 236. Three-button double-breasted raglan.

Model No. 103. Young men's three-button double-breasted style (two buttons to button); Model No. 104. Young men's three-button peaked lapel style.

Model No. 905. Three button drape or lounge style; Model No. 906. Two button drape or lounge style; Piped lower pockets.

Model No. 108. Young men's three-button double-breasted style (two buttons to button); Model No. 109. Young men's two-button double breasted style; Model No. 110. Young men's two-button double-breasted style (buttons on lower button only).

Model No. 917. Medium fitting two button style: a natural fitting peaked lapel model for business wear; Model No. 918. Medium fitting three button style: a notch lapel model.

Model No. 701. Young men's three-button notch lapel style.

Model No. 903. Two button notch lapel style for young men; Model No. 904. Two button peaked lapel style for young men.

Model No. 705. Young men's double-breasted drape or lounge style; Model No. 706. Young men's double-breasted style.

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. 722. Young men's long roll double-breasted style; Model No. 723. Young men's two-button double-breasted style; Model No. 724. Young men's two-button rope shoulder style; Model No. 725. Young men's one-button peaked lapel style.

Model No. 120. Three-button sports style - notch lapel model with three patch pockets, sport back with inverted pleat, half belt, and pinch pleats; Model No. 121. Two-button sports style; Model. No. 122. Double-breasted sports style.

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

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.

Model No. 717. Young men's double-breasted summer style; Models No. 718 - 721. Hot weather style.

Model No. 114-116. Young men's three-button-, double-breasted-, two-button-lounge style with easier fitting waist lines, and fullness in chests and sleeve heads.

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. 111. Young men's two-button drape style; Model No. 112. Young men's three-button drape style; Model No. 113. Young men's double-breasted drape style.

Model No. 707. Young men's two-button drape or lounge style; Model No. 708. Young men's three-button drape or lounge style.

Model No. 711. Two-button notch lapel sports style.

Model No. 703. Young men's three-button peaked lapel style; Model No. 704. Young men's two-button peaked lapel style.

Model No. 130. Medium fitting three-button style; Model No. 131. Medium fitting two-button style; Model No. 132. Medium fitting double-breasted style; Models for business men.

Model No. 102. Young men's two-button notch lapel style.

Model No. 911. Three button sports style with three patch pockets, sport back with inverted pleat, half belt and pinch pleats; Model No. 912. Two button notch lapel sports style; Model No. 913. Four button notch lapel sports style.

Model No. 241. Stylish three-button double-breasted dress model; Model No. 242. Two-button double-breasted model; Model No. 243. Dressy three-button double-breasted drape style; Model No. 244. Popular three-button single-breasted form-fitting model; Model No. 245. Smart fly front style.

Model No. 907. Double-breasted drape or lounge style; Model No. 908. Three button drape or lounge style; Piped lower pockets.

Model No. 709. Three-button university style; Model No. 710. Two-button university style.

Model No. 902. Three button notch lapel style for young men.

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.

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.

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