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Very good. 4to, paperback. Vg+ condition. Shallow bend to lower corner of first few pgs; Contents bright & clean, no markings, binding tight. 200 pp., illus. with drawings. Includes drawings of patterns for stitching neckpieces, yokes, sleeves, collars, cuffs, headwear, etc.
Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Trade Size Paperback, Condition is Very Good, Mild Wear to book. Book pages clean. No markings on pages in book. Binding is tight. *** This book shows how to design and construct the basic garments that were worn by the different social classes in Elizabethan England. It describes the history of clothing during the 16th century, and the types of clothing worn by each of the social classes. The instructions in this book are designed not for costume creation, but to help you create historically accurate clothing appropriate for historical reenactments and Renaissance fairs.
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