La Coquette, Issue #140, September 1924

Fashion illustrations from the French fashion magazine La Coquette No. 140, September 1924. Published by the general office Léon Claude, Paris, France. Printed by Gustav Lyon, Berlin, Germany.

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Cover or title page of the French fashion magazine La Coquette no. 140 from September 1924. September 1924, No. 140. LA COQUETTE. Monthly magazine. CIRCULATION 200.000 COPIES. Publishing company LÉON CLAUDE, Paris. Price per issue… France 2.25 frs. Abroad… 3.- frs. Subscriptions… France (one year, 12 numbers) 25.- frs. Abroad 35.- frs. J 8326. [Without explanation. Tailor-made suit.] J 8327. [Without explanation. Coat dress with side closing.] J 8328. [Without explanation. Ensemble for girl aged about 8 to 12.] All patterns in this issue are sent against 2.25 frs. money order. Publisher and Owner, LÉON CLAUDE, 4, rue Rochambeau (Square Montholon) PARIS 9th district. PARIS, LONDON, NEW YORK, VIENNA, AMSTERDAM, ZURICH, WARSAW, BUDAPEST, STOCKHOLM. EDITED AND DESIGNED IN PARIS. PRINTED IN GERMANY. [Page 1]

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LA COQUETTE. Advertising: Self-promotion of the publishing house Léon Claude, Paris "COMING SOON: Tailleurs et Costumes [Eng. Tailor-made Suits and Costumes]. Season Album absolutely essential to the workshops which make tailor-made suits. Contains, under an elegant cover, 40 pages with about 140 latest models. — PRICE — Frs. 6.- per issue in France. Frs. 8.- per issue abroad"; "The ignorance of our own dispositions and weaknesses is a fertile source of failure and disappointment. To fight against this ignorance, follow the wise advice of the famous clear-sighted Madame LÉONA (33, Rue Pigalle 2nd floor), Paris. Consultations by correspondence 20 francs"; "LADIES. Listen to this: to refurbish your old forms of hats: straw, plush, felt, melusine, mole, contact the hat factory C. HENRY, 12, Rue Croix des Petits Champs. By a careful and meticulous work, all hats will be given back to you in the newest and latest mode"; "For all knitted articles ask for Angora Silk. ANGORA THREAD: In balls, in Skeins REQUIRE THE TRADE MARK 'C. P.' Angora spinning mill from Caen, PIERRE COLAS & GABRIEL PARET. CAEN: 16, Rue de Bras — Calvados, PARIS: 28, Boulevard St. Germain. EXPORTATION R. C. Caen 4623"; "LADIES. Before ordering your dresses, suits and coats, go to the Maison des Modèles, 75, Rue du Rocher, PARIS. You will find ravishing things there at more than advantageous prices"; "Knowing instead of ignoring. It is the success assured — Mrs. DINAH. Famous for her predictions. 34, Rue de la Condamine — PARIS. The future predicted by the Tarots. Sleep and Spiritism. Advice by correspondence against Frs. 10.-. Every day from 10 am to 8 pm. — Subway Place Clichy"; Self-promotion of the publishing house Léon Claude, Paris "COMING SOON: La Mode d'Aujourd'hui [Eng. Today's Fashion]. Special edition appearing twice a year. This album meets a need that is growing every day. It is indispensable to good dress makers and contains, under an elegant cover, 44 pages on which are more than 300 models (dresses of all kinds, for ladies and children, lingerie, fancy dress, skirts, blouses etc.). — PRICE — Frs. 6.- the number in France. Frs. 8.- the number for abroad"; "CONSTIPATION. Diseases: Liver, Stomach, Intestine, Pimples, Scales, Hemorrhoids, Migraines, Stained Blood, Rheumatism are cured by the RENOVATOR of Abbe Le Gros. Brochure, free samples Adr. Ph. BOUTROY, 8, rue de Passy, PARIS. Curé de St-Aubin le Couf, (S.-Inf.)"; Self-promotion of the publishing house Léon Claude, Paris "Très Chic [Eng. Very Chic]. EDITION OF GREAT LUXURY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: in France… 55.- frs. For abroad… 70.- frs. PRICE OF THE NUMBER: in France… 5.50 frs. For abroad… 7.25 frs. This publication, whose praise is not any more to be made, is destined to become the official collection of fashion, both by the authenticity and richness of the costumes shown and by its impeccable execution. It contains everything that is new in the field of haute couture. Each issue contains, in addition to a chronicle and description of the models, 8 pages of black engravings, 6 plates and a beautifully colored panorama." [Page 2]

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Article: Parisienne, Tea at the Grand Couturiers (author unknown). 1. Model BOUÉ SŒURS, Paris: Small straight dress in tartan taffeta, with matching fringe and lingerie collar. 2. Model JEAN MAGNIN. Paris: Navy blue serge dress with white pique shawl collar and mother of pearl buttons. 3. Model JEAN MAGNIN, Paris: Little afternoon dress in red crepe marocain with lingerie collar. The pockets are decorated with small variegated flowers. 4. Model JEAN MAGNIN, Paris: Navy blue satin afternoon dress with white embroidery. Lingerie collar. Photos: Studio Henri Manuel, Paris, France (1874-1947); Studio Talma, Paris, France (biographical data unknown). [Page 3]

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LA COQUETTE. J 8329. Afternoon dress of cloth with richly hand-embroidered bodice. The plain skirt cut in one piece relates under a fancy leather belt to the richly embroidered bodice in front. An openwork stitch frames the embroidery. The sleeves are related to the normal armholes. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. Pattern size 44. J 8330. Transition dress for the fall season in navy blue twill. Six very pleasant flounces bordered by black silk braid trim the front of the skirt. The bodice is cut a large star shape hiding the armholes and forming the collar. This bodice is laced in front by a ribbon. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8331. Small afternoon dress in blue-gray kasha-cloth. The plain, not very full skirt, is closed by a row of buttons on the left. It relates to the blouse bodice, which is quickly slipped on over the head and buttons in front. The flexible lapels join the narrow collar tapering off behind. A belt of the same fabric as the dress hides the slide that joins the skirt and the blouse. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8331a. Autumn dress of kasha-cloth "mastic". The dress is cut from an inlet and has the appearance of a long smock blouse over a short skirt. The edge of the smock is decorated with an embossed, plaited ribbon. This trim is repeated at the long flattering collar on the right side of the dress. The collar can be worn open and closed by wrapping the fluttering panel around the neck. The belt left aligns the front of the dress closes in a knot on the left. The long, close-fitting sleeves relate to the normal armholes. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. [Page] 4

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LA COQUETTE. J 8332. Coat dress of wool with blue checks on a gray background. Fine pleats adjust the dress behind, the fronts are strongly crossed over each other and close with a button. Wide lapels in navy blue cloth. A matching shawl passes through two notches; executed on the right front of the model. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8333. Brown wool marocain crepe afternoon dress with lighter trim at lower bodice edge, yoke and cuffs. A large embroidery goes above the bodice border. Fabric usage: 4 m wide. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. Pattern size 44. J 8334. Simple dress in gabardine. The back part of the skirt is pleated and relates to a bias at the front that holds the bodice. A dark velvet band goes up with buttons from the hemline of the skirt to the neckline with a white collar. Very narrow dark belt. Fabric usage: 5 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8335. Transition dress of "tête de nègre" dark brown marocain crepe. Tailored from one piece of fabric, the dress shows embroidered bands across it. A white Georgette crepe lapel runs from the right shoulder to the left hip, where it fastens under a bow. The long, tight-fitting sleeves have cuffs that match the lapel. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Transfer pattern 3 sheets. Pattern size 44. [Page] 5

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LA COQUETTE. J 8336. Straight dress in wool plaid for girls aged 8 to 10 years. The model that is slipped on over the head is held at the waist by a plain belt. The collar and cuffs are in white or pink Georgette crepe. Ribbon tie. Fabric usage: 1.40 m in large width. J 8337. Ensemble for girls 10 to 12 years. Pleated skirt and jacket in navy blue gabardine, blouse in pink silk jersey, which is also used to form at the edge of the neck. Fabric usage: 3 m of gabardine and 1 m of jersey. J 8338. English dress in pale blue alpaca for girls aged 4 to 6 years. Cut without sleeves, the dress has a round yoke cut to the same. The edges are scalloped. Fine pleats across the skirt with embroidery. This embroidery is repeated at the neckline. Fabric usage: 1.80 m in 80 cm width. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. J 8339. Simple black and white alpaca dress for girls aged 8 to 10 years. Tailored with a long panel in front of the dress, it has a gathered skirt behind. Double collar in white Georgette crepe with colored trim. The kimono sleeves have two small plain lapels of the same fabric as the collar. Fabric usage: 2 m in large width. J 8340. English dress in dark blue silk jersey for girls 6 to 8 years. Raglan sleeves, belt passed through the fabric. Small folded collar. Fabric usage: 1 m for the dress and 40 cm for the trim. J 8341 (Niobe). Coat in gabardine or cloth for girls aged 12 to 14 years. Model strongly crossed in front, it closes in a draped movement and has soft lapels and a folded collar. Fabric usage: 2.50 m in large width. J 8342. Long pants sailor suit for boys 8 to 10 years old. The straight blouse is decorated with emblems. The collar is in sateen with white braid. Fabric usage: 3 m in large width. [Page] 6

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LA COQUETTE. J 8343. Silk jersey smock blouse, embroidered with stitching and trimmed with ribbon fringe on the sleeves and bottom edge. Fabric usage: 1.75 m in large width. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. Pattern size 44. J 8344. Small smock blouse made of plain and printed silk. Can be slipped on over the head, an incision in front is hidden under the upper bias. Long sleeves gathered from the bottom in narrow bracelets. Fabric usage: 1.25 m of printed silk and 75 cm of plain silk, large width. Pattern size 44. J 8345. Smock blouse in cherry silk jersey. Fronts and back are fitted with straight epaulets. Turn-down collar and soft lapels. Black ribbon tie with embroidered monogram. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8346. Crepe de Chine smock blouse with embroidered fabric bib, collar and cuffs. Groups of small folds on the shoulders. Sleeves are attached low to the armholes. Fabric usage: 1.30 m in large width. Pattern size 44. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. J 8347. Pale pink Georgette crepe smock blouse trimmed with navy blue picot ribbon. Buttoned placket on the front, wide collar. The ribbon-trimmed cuffs also have navy blue taffeta facings. Fabric usage: 2 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8348. Jade green silk jersey smock blouse trimmed with leather-colored silk jersey. The model is cut like a kimono with very short sleeves. The neckline is fairly low cut and is trimmed with a small knotted collar on the side. Fabric usage: 2 m of jersey. Pattern size 44. [Page] 7

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LA COQUETTE. J 8349. Transition dress in kasha-cloth. Plain skirt with little room in front of an asymmetrical apron that floats on one side and rises on the other side. Blouse top open with an embroidered bib. Long sleeves and narrowly cut. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Transfer pattern ½ sheet. Pattern size 44. J 8350. Youthful-looking dress in twill or jersey. An embroidered tunic trimmed with a pocket rests on a narrow sheath skirt. Blouse top with kimono sleeves. The soft collar can be turned down or worn tied up, as shown in the engraving. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8351. Fancy wool or silk dress. A plain pleated band trims the right front of the dress and is topped with a pleated ruffle. The yoke that holds the sleeves has a notch in the front to put on the dress. Fabric usage: 4 m in average width. Pattern size 44. J 8352. Afternoon suit, featuring a long Georgette crepe smock blouse and a black satin skirt. The smock shows an embroidered border. A removable shawl is put around the neck. The ends are embroidered. Long tight-fitting sleeves. Fabric usage: one large width of fabric for the skirt and 3.50 m for the smock blouse. Transfer pattern 1½ sheet. Pattern size 44. [Page] 8

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LA COQUETTE. J 8353. Very pretty transition dress in navy blue gabardine enhanced with red crepe de Chine embroidered with blue and silver. The skirt is mounted to a plain embroidered yoke. Blouse top to be put on over the head, embroidered lapels and small collar folded plain elongated on one side and trimmed at the end with a long tassel. Long sleeves and tight-fitting, embroidered cuffs. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Transfer pattern 1½ sheet. Pattern size 42. J 8354. Straight dress for the transition in beige cloth trimmed with black silk braid. The front of the dress laid underneath is of variegated marocain crepe. Analogous tie mounted on the bias of the neckline. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Pattern size 42. J 8355. Striped flannel shirt dress. White Georgette crepe collar with ribbon tie. Both pockets are trimmed with tabs of the same fabric as the collar. Matching belt. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in 80 cm width. Pattern size 42. J 8356 (Julie). Brown autumn dress of duvetine [or duvetyn] with light piping. The dress is cut starting from the back side, and in front has a small lap flounce part dividing it into two halves. The buttoned placket on the front holds the straight collar very flexible. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 42. [Page] 9

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LA COQUETTE. J 8357. Transition dress in marocain wool crepe. Tailored with a plain back side, the dress presents in front three ruffles cut in superimposed form. Soft collar folded on itself and bordered by a round gimp cord trim that is repeated at the sleeves with elongated ruffles. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. J 8358. Small straight dress in straw-colored gabardine uncovering in front a bib of pink crepe Georgette. The model closes with buttons. A pliant belt is passed through two incisions on the front. The sleeves are cut from the bottom to fit the wrists and widen towards the hand. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8359. Pale blue alpaca dress with a youthful appearance. Plain in the back, the model has six overlapping shaped ruffles in front, mounted under the double belt that surrounds the back. The plain collar and sleeves are of sharp edged Georgette crepe. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. [Page] 10

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LA COQUETTE. J 8360. Beige gabardine coat dress with small vest and jade green Georgette crepe sleeve trim. Very narrow sheath skirt is topped by a coat bottom decorated with tucking. The panel around the bottom is buttoned, cut in one piece with the right front of the coat top. Soft lapels and turn-down collar. Sleeves widened to the bottom. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8361. Transitional dress in slate gray alpaca. The very narrow skirt is topped with an asymmetrical tunic. The small jacket closes in front by buttoning. It is trimmed with bias going up to the left neckline, but ending on the right in the pocket. Double collar in white Georgette crepe with edge matching the shade of the dress. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8362. Autumn suit of light beige cloth. The skirt made of a single piece of fabric, releases on the left a band trimmed with fine pleats across. Three folds lying on one side on this band. This kind of trim is repeated in the top of the long smock blouse. Long and tight-fitting sleeves, matching long scarf. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8363. Dark brown coat dress of kasheen fabric. Fine pleating and soutache work intersects the dress at the waist and is repeated at the sleeves. The dress closes in front of a pleated crepe vestee. New collar matching the vest. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. Pattern size 44. [Page] 11

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LA COQUETTE. J 8364. Ladies' tailor-made suit for the transition made of duvetine adorned with ribbon bows. Very narrow skirt without trim. Wide crossover closed jacket with bow trim. The turn-down collar has a long shawl flap on the right side that can be worn around the neck (see the view of model 8365). Fabric usage: 4 m in large wide. Pattern size 44. J 8365. Coat dress of fancy wool fabric. The dress has a simple shape with a removable cape. The collar with a longer cut straight shawl flap wrapping around the neck is cut like that of model 8364 beside it. Soft belt closed by a large agraffe. Fabric usage: 5 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8366. Charming ensemble suit of duvetine. The very narrow skirt embroidered with soutache relates to the small smock blouse of light Georgette crepe. Wide and loose fitting jacket that can be worn open and closed (see the closed view above). Fabric usage: 4 m duvetine and 1.50 m for the smock blouse. Pattern size 44. J 8367. Fall costume made of two colors of kasha wool fabric. The lap section is lighter than the rest of the costume and is trimmed with three bias strips. This kind of trim is repeated on the sleeves. Large soft collar. Straight skirt made of a single width of fabric. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. [Page] 12

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LA COQUETTE. J 8368. Ladies' tailor-made suit of wool velvet. Plain skirt and not very ample, jacket with a light embroidery on the lap section surmounted by a silk bias and bordered on each side by a group of tucks. This kind of trim is repeated on the sleeves. The embroidered collar is interspersed with a silk bias. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8369. Autumn suit featuring a plaid wool skirt and a small plain duvetyn jacket. The skirt is made of one width of fabric. The jacket, which is crossed strongly in front, has soft lapels and a turn-down collar. The collar is bordered with a sharp silk braid. This kind of border is repeated at the cuffs and the notches of the pockets. Fabric usage: 1 m for the skirt and 2 m for the jacket in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8370. Women's Tailor-made suit of dark gray worsted. Plain skirt in narrow cut, straight jacket with soft lapels and collar folded over itself, trimmed with an embroidered braid that repeats at the edge of the pockets. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8371. Very elegant coat dress in light gray kasha wool cloth. Shaded green and gray embroidery adorns the bottom of the model, which closes with a ribbon bow. The collar is covered with ape or monkey fringe. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Transfer pattern 2 sheets. Pattern size 44. [Page] 13

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LA COQUETTE. J 8372. Pink duvetyn [or duvetine] dressing gown with a pleated Georgette crepe frill. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8373 (Eugenie). Striped woolen house dress. Straight, plain skirt, top of blouse cut in one piece with sleeves. The front shows a band cut in the opposite direction and trimmed with buttons. Fabric usage: 4 m in 80 cm width. Pattern size 44. J 8374. Elegant bathrobe of brocaded silk or wool. Velvet shawl collar and matching kimono sleeves. The model closes with a draped movement under a velvet bow. Fabric usage: 4 m in 100 cm width. Pattern size 44. J 8375. Simple, dapper house dress of soft wool. The front of the bodice extending over the skirt is embroidered or made of a printed silk fabric. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. [Page] 14

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LA COQUETTE. J 8376. Very pretty dress for the transition of checked wool alpaca. A tunic slit in the front is placed over the narrow sheath skirt. The blouse buttoned on the front is adorned with a collar of plain crepe Georgette. Very wide belt in soft leather. Fabric usage: 5 m in 80 cm wide. Pattern size 44. J 8377. Transition dress of cotton fabric. The pleated georgette crepe collar runs down the left side of the top and continues down to the bottom of the skirt. Soft leather belt. Sleeves trimmed with two bracelets of fabric between which we see a cuff of crepe Georgette. A row of buttons with imitation buttonholes from the neckline and down to the edge of the skirt. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8378. Very simple English woolen coat dress. Very straight cut, the model is buttoned in front. Small lapels and tailor-style collar, trimmed on the left with a silk rose. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8379 (Dolly). Wool velvet coat dress. A seam at the hips divides the dress into two halves. The right front crosses strongly over the left front. The buttons go down to the bottom of the skirt. Soft lapels and collar like a suit. Georgette crepe vestee and matching cuffs. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. [Page] 15

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LA COQUETTE. J 8380. Dress for the transitional period of wine red cloth. A beige embroidery trims the bottom of the very long smock blouse and the sleeves. The shawl collar, passed on the left through an incision and right in a notch, is elongated with long fringe and is made of Georgette crepe of the same shade as the embroidery. Matching cuffs. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. Transfer pattern 1½ sheets. J 8381. Dress of foulard or figured crepe maroain. An apron made of three overlapping plain flounces edged with plain bias trims the front of the dress. The bodice is cut in one piece with the sleeves split at the top and edged with contrasting bias. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Pattern size 44. J 8382. Youthful looking dress of silk or wool jersey. Double skirt forming pleats on the left, bodice with lap flounce trimmed with pleats matching those of the skirt. A notch in front is trimmed with a ribbon that passes under the belt. The collar is of crepe Georgette or voile with hemstitching. Fabric usage: 4 m in 80 cm width. Pattern size 44. J 8383. Evening dress of alpaca or crepe de chine. A long smock blouse bordered with three flounces trimmed with sharp bias tape falls over the sheath skirt. The soft girdle that surrounds the waist is lanced by a contrasting ribbon. Fabric usage: 4 m in large width. Pattern size 44. [Page] 16

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LA COQUETTE. J 8384. Shirt-like and straight line dress for girls of wool crepe marocain. A double belt gathers the fabric at the waist, sparing the front. Soft turn-down collar of satin or crepe Georgette with pleated jabot and buttons. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Pattern size 42. J 8385. Teenage girl dress of crepe marocain made of dark wool. The pleated skirt is cut in notches from the bottom and is mounted to the top of dress under three straight bands. The bodice is embroidered and has attached half-length sleeves. Fabric usage: 4.50 m in large width. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. Pattern size 40. J 8386 (Irene). Chiffon velvet dress for the young miss with wide collar of Georgette crepe bordered by a velvet bias. Georgette crepe girdle belt tied on the right side. Fabric usage: 3.50 m of velvet in 80 cm width. Pattern size 42. J 8387. Simple dress for young girls. The model in soft wool or crepe de Chine shows groups of pleats in front and back. A silk vestee with a small turn-down collar is the only decoration of the dress. A plain belt is put at the waist. Long and tight-fitting sleeves. Fabric usage: 3.50 m in large width. Pattern size 42. [Page] 17

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LA COQUETTE. St 393. Square cushion in white canvas with black embroidery motif "Pierrot". Size 40/60 cm. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. St 394. Oval cushion in black silk cashmere with gathered edge and fancy embroidery. Size 40/55 cm. Transfer pattern ½ sheet. St 395. Cushion of cotton cloth with applications and embroidery in bright shades, flower pattern. Size 45/65 cm. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. St 396. Cushion of beige canvas with embroidery in color motif flowers. Size 40/60 cm. Transfer pattern ½ sheet. St 397. Square cushion in black satin with embroidery and color applications, fancy pattern. Size 50/50 cm. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. St 398. Oval cushion of cloth or silk with embroidered motif in different colors. Size 45/65 cm. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. St 399. Cushion of beige cloth with applications and embroidery of colors. Size 50/70 cm. Transfer pattern 1 sheet. St 400. Cushion of heavy canvas with black embroidery, motif "Pierrot". Size 40/60 cm. Transfer pattern 1 plate. [Page] 18

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Information from the publisher Léon Claude, Paris, on pattern prices. "Paris Fashion Publishing Office, Paris. 4, rue Rochambeau / Square Montholon / Telephone Trudaine 61-47. PATTERN PRICES. ESTABLISHED ON STANDARD SIZE 44. [Pattern on] Paper [or] Muslin. Sleeve… 2.25, 3.50. Lapel and collar… 2.50, 4.00. Lining, Bodice… 3.75, 6.50. Blouse… 5.00, 9.00. Plain skirt… 5.00, 9.00. Pleated or trimmed skirt… 6.00, 11.00. Bridal skirt… 7.00, 11.00. Riding skirt… 8.50, 13.00. Riding breeches… 5.00, 9.00. Full dress… 8.00, 15.00. JACKET OR PALETOT COAT… 5.50, 10.00. Long coat or cape… 7.00, 13.00. Bathrobe… 7.00, 13.00. Day shirt… 3.75, 6.00. Night shirt… 5.00, 9.00. Pants… 3,75, 6.00. Combination or costume… 6.00, 11.00. Children's dress 2 to 5 years… 5.00, 9.00. Children's dress 5 to 12 years… 6.50, 11.00. Coat for children 2 to 5 years… 5.00, 10.00. Coat for child 5 to 12 years old… 6.50, 11.00. ALL ORDERS must be accompanied by the amount of the order plus 0.50 franc for shipping costs; on CUSTOM MEASUREMENTS 2.— francs in addition. No COD shipments will be made." [Page 20]

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