comprising Price, Dame Fashion: Paris-London (1786-1912), with 155 colored plates, New York City, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1913; and de Giafferri, L’Histoire du Costume Feminin de l’an 1037 a l’an 1870, folio of ten volumes featuring +/- 120 pochoir print plates with hand-coloring and metallic accents, presented in the original pale blue ribbon-bound decorative board, French language, Paris: Editions Nilsson, 1922. Hard covers.
Good to very good condition, some typical foxing/toning, wear to bindings, possibly one or a few markings to interiors, each appears to contain all or most of plates; "Dame Fashion" with some tears and moderate toning to edges of untrimmed pages; "L'Historie" with some minor wear and tears to page edges. NOTE: All condition reports are based on general observations only, and are not meant to serve as a detailed analysis of condition. Please contact the department with your specific condition questions.
Deaccessioned by the Valentine Museum, Richmond, VA to benefit collections care, preservations, and future acquisitions.