Products in Vintage Fashion Catalogs
|1920s Fashions from B. Altman & Company |
by Altman & Co.
Over 700 black-and-white illustrations, detailed descriptions, and prices for a vast array of upscale women's clothing and accessories — dresses, bathing suits, cloche hats, shoes, much more. Attire for men and children, too.
|Bloomingdale's Illustrated 1886 Catalog |
by Bloomingdale Brothers
Famed merchants' extremely rare catalog depicting about 1,700 products: clothing, housewares, firearms, dry goods, jewelry, more. Invaluable for dating, identifying vintage items. Also, royalty-free graphics for artists, designers. Co-published with Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village.
|Classic French Fashions of the Twenties |
by Atelier Bachwitz
This fine reproduction of a 1929 catalog features fashions for all occasions, with 54 color plates showcasing everything from chiffon promenade dresses to a white alpaca jumper and a silk-and-lace evening gown.
|Everyday Fashions of the Sixties As Pictured in Sears Catalogs |
by JoAnne Olian
Scores of illustrations with their original captions specifying colors, sizes, prices. Items include lingerie and playclothes to bridal ensembles, Madras jackets, and vinyl slicker coats. Introduction. Over 300 black-and-white illustrations.
|Montgomery Ward Catalogue of 1895 |
by Montgomery Ward & Co.
Tea gowns, yards of flannel and pillowcase lace, stereoscopes, the New Improved Singer Sewing Machine, milk skimmers, straight-edged razors, spittoons — some 25,000 items in all, most illustrated. "A priceless resource." — History in Review.
|Montgomery Ward Fashions of the Twenties |
by JoAnne Olian
This stylish collection offers hundreds of sepia-tone illustrations and captions that depict the fashions of the '20s — from women's chemise dresses and hats to men's suits and work clothes, plus kids' apparel.
|Old-Time Children's Fashions Coloring Book |
by Ming-Ju Sun
What did boys and girls wear 100 years ago? Thirty pages of colorable illustrations — based on authentic merchandise in Sears catalogs from 1901 through 1921 — provide answers.