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Click to enlarge image 1830's French Fashion with Hat - Pattern 88
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1830's French Fashion with Hat
Pattern 88

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Fits 24 inch doll.

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1894 Evening Gown
Pattern 87

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This gown was originally designed by Frederick Worth.

Fits 24 inch doll.

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Click to enlarge image 1894 Evening Gown - Pattern 87
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Click to enlarge image 1873 Evening Toilette - Pattern 86
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1873 Evening Toilette
Pattern 86

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This ball gown was designed by Worth in 1873.

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1870 Summer Visiting Dress
Pattern 85

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Click to enlarge image 1840 Day Dress - Pattern 84
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1840 Day Dress
Pattern 84

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1840 Day Dress of Silk Plaid.  Fits 24 inch doll.
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1876 Visiting Dress
Pattern 83

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Click to enlarge image 1876 Visiting Dress - Pattern 83
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Click to enlarge image 1864 Ball Gown - Pattern 82
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1864 Ball Gown
Pattern 82

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The three tiers, made very wide with hoops, were very popular in the mid 1860's.
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