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Le Blanc, H., -1887

The art of tying the cravat : demonstrated in sixteen lessons, including thirty-two different styles, forming a pocket manual, and exemplifying the advantages arising from an elegant arrangement of this important part of the costume : preceded by a history of the cravat, from its origin to the present time, and remarks on its influence on society in general / by H. Le Blanc, Esq. ; with explanatory plates, and a portait of the author.

Additional Title(s):

History of the cravat

Art de mettre sa cravate de toutes les manières connues et usitées. English

London : Effingham Wilson, 88, Cornhill, and Ingrey & Madeley, 310, Strand, 1828.
London : Printed by J.H. Randall, 310, Strand, [1828]
Physical Description:
vii, [2], 72 pages, [5] leaves of plates ([4] folded) : illustrations ; 16 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
GT2120 .L43 1828
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
English translation of: L'art de mettre sa cravate de toutes les manières connues et usitées.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in publisher's original pink paper boards with illustrated title label on front cover. Bookseller's label: "Wright, stationer, 6 King Street, Manchester." Armorial bookplate: Ormathwaite.
Subject Terms:
Dress accessories.
Men's clothing.
Ormathwaite -- Bookplate.
Randall, J. H. -- Printer.
Lithographs -- 1828.
Armorial bookplates (Provenance)
Wilson, Effingham, 1783-1868, publisher.
Ingrey & Madeley (London, England), publisher.

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