These 45 ready-to-color line drawings feature costumes from the Victorian Age, carefully reproduced from authentic sources. Over their tightly laced corsets and billowing crinolines, the models wear sweeping skirts — some with lavishly festooned bustles — accented by dainty fans, gloves, ... read more
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