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The Costumer's Manifesto: The Cutter's Practical Guide 1893-1898 by W. D.F. Vincent "The Cutter's Practical Guide to Cutting Every Kind of Garment Made, in a series of parts, Part One. Young Men's, Youths' and Juvenile Garments, Embracing also Treatise on Trousers, Vests, Military Garments, Liveries, etc., etc., etc." by W. D. F. Vincent, 1898 Advertisements

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