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Thread: Deadstock Edwardian and 1930s footwear (some in original boxes)

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    Man, what a shame about those small sizes. I assume the sizes given are modern North American sizes? If so, I'm way off at a medium 9.5 to 10 mens size. A great site though, I'd never heard of it. It's bookmarked now though!

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    Sigh. Dead stock vintage clothes all seem to come in just three sizes: TS, MTS and MMTS. (Too Small, Much Too Small and Much Much Too Small.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhermann1 View Post
    Sigh. Dead stock vintage clothes all seem to come in just three sizes: TS, MTS and MMTS. (Too Small, Much Too Small and Much Much Too Small.)
    Well, I'm told people were smaller way back when! Henry VIII was a giant at six feet apparently. HEY! I'm almost a giant! (5' 11")

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