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French Men's Fashions from the 19th-C.
COLOR multi
DIMENSIONS 10" L x 14" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE OF ink on paper
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Why we love this
Original print from a 1920s folio of the history of French masculine fashions. Shown are designs for men's Stockings and Footwear popular during the French Second Empire (the regime of Napoleon III, 1852-1870). Produced through the pochoir process, a method of hand coloring prints using stencils popular during the early 1900s. Includes a certificate with additional information; the legend at the bottom of the print identifies all fashions shown.
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