I say ‘appearance’ because they can turn out to be as mad as a bag of cats once you get to know them.Appearance is, of course not everything, shared interests, attitudes and downright magnetic attraction play a part.Quilts, women and men, from all walks of life and geographic location can open our eyes and our heart to those who sewed before us. I am always initially surprised when I meet someone alternative who has a partner who is conventional in appearance.The circuit in [that amps] is built on a phenolic turret board instead of the Fender style fibre board used [later.] [...] it appears that Traynor/Yorkville used three digit serial numbers up until 1968.[An example is an] YBA-1A Bass Master Mark II [...] with the serial number M 601 [...] [whose] potentiometers date from 1968 [...] [and on which] 'Range Expander' is screened below the controls, not above.If you do not meet these requirements, then you do not have permission to use the Website.on a Bass-Master might indicate that the amp is from 1965 or 1966, before the four-digit serial numbers were used.
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EXCELLENT CONDITION with lovely light yellow interior. I might be running out of "flapper headpiece luck". I can only assume that these extremely rare high-style wig cloches were a mark of sophistication. I will give you a COA from stating that with a photo of the original box on that COA. :) from a lot, and I don't really deal in new shoes, so .... He created headwear for the likes of Greta Garbo, Norma Shearer and Joan Crawford. Original lining still attached (though could use a few stitches - I'm leaving as found for you! In researching Gladys Millinery, seems she opened her first shop in Coral Gables in 1935. In 1946 his hat prices retailed for .50 - .50 and up to 0 in 1964. Druce retired in 1954 and left the business to Leslie. if Leslie James designs were good enough for Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford.....
The only thing wrong really are the chin ties, but this is the besst condition you will likely see for a padded bonnet!!! In my years of collecting, I've actually sold quite a number of these, so I'm assuming they they were quite popular in the 20's. kind of like the Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dress of the 1970s. No, I think my first assessment is accurate (and I'm stickin' to it! Even though I've had a few, I seek them out and I have to tell you, they are getting MUCH harder to find. Adjustable slightly hammered goldtone metal bands at the top to fit anyone. The perfect accessory for your next 1920's dressup. The cloche is woven into the shape of a classic 1920's hairdo - complete with the finger wavy hairs all over and the pinned up "longer" hair braided at the back and braid coiled at the sides. This will fit a 22" head, as you'd expect a 20s cloche to fit tightly. from a lot, and I don't really deal in new shoes, so .... Eventually his hats were wholesaled to department stores. Then added an additional shop in Southhampton, NY some time in the 1960s. Soft red straw tall hat trimmed in green ribbon in the ultimate flower pot shape! Excellent condition, though the hat is pretty much flattened when off the head, it bounces right back to near perfect on the head!