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CAGE CRINOLINE, LATE 1860s

CAGE CRINOLINE, LATE 1860s

Cage crinoline, 29" long, 80" circumference at bottom edge, six vertical 1⅝" wide woven tapes, 25 thread covered steels, woven tape waistband accommodates 22"-24" waist – buckle missing, leather… (742-57). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $175.00

CAGE CRINOLINE C. 1870S

CAGE CRINOLINE C. 1870S

Narrow cage crinoline worn during the early bustle era. Constructed with five vertical 1¾" wide vertical tapes. Ten 1/16"-wide thread-covered steels create shaping at the top of the crinoline.… (742-53). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $200.00

COTTON UNDERSKIRT

COTTON UNDERSKIRT

Brown glazed cotton underskirt created from the lining of a post-war dress skirt.  Original stiffened cotton hem facing and wool hem braid still attached. Waist has been altered several times. 39½"… (742-105). Learn More »

DARK GREEN SKIRT C.1870-1880

DARK GREEN SKIRT C.1870-1880

Gored skirt made from deep olive green silk/wool/alpaca taffeta. The skirt opens at the left side front and is styled with wide flat pleats in the front and a combination of box and directional pleats… (742-45). Learn More »

BONE CROCHET HOOK

BONE CROCHET HOOK

Carved from solid bone this crochet hook is 4 7/8 inches long. It tapers from the center to a point on one end and a small hook on the other. (558-1275). Learn More »

$30.00
Originally $49.50


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NORTH CAROLINA IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES, PARTS 1 & 2

By John A. Sloan, late Captain of Company B, 27th North Carolina Regiment, Army of North Virginia. Published by Rufus H. Darby, Washington. 1883. 2 parts, in wraps, 10 x 6.75”. 170 pp. combined, with rosters. Beige covers, part I, red cover covers… (959-38). Learn More »

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