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This very interesting, informative, and sometimes amusing 154 page book takes a comprehensive look at Late Georgian Costumes, most particularly focusing on "The Tailor's Friendly Instructor" dating from 1822 and "The Art of Tying the Cravat" from 1828. Subjects covered range from The Regency and George IV periods, Dandyism and English Tailoring, patterns for Men's, Women's, and Children's clothes, a comparison of different tailoring systems, instructions for tying 32 styles of cravats, and a history of the cravat. Filled with dozens of illustrations and reproductions this book will take the reader on a nostalgic journey back to the late Georgian period of costume.
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Book Description R L Shep, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0914046128