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This package includes two small magazines titled, "Needlework" and is Vol. 1 Number 7 & 8 dated 1916. This magazine was devoted to needlework, home dressmaking, millinery and household decorations as is stated on the front covers. There are 16 pages in each of these 10 x 14 publications. Vol. 7 is in good condition and is outlined in red ink. There are wonderful fashion plates as well as instuction and picture projects. Vol. 8 is missing the back cover and has some slight damage along page edges with some creases and a few small tears, but the pictures and instructions are all intact and quite usable. The pages could easily be matted and framed as the content is the best part and not written on or unreadable. These are lovely for reference and instruction and a perfect picture of our past. Both are in protective plastic sleeve.

Two 1916 Plain & Fancy Needlework Magazines


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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