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1930 Spiegel Catalog scans

Dinerman

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Spiegel catalog - Fall/Winter 1930

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JonnyO

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Shell pockets in the Outdoorsman coat and an ad for a fireman's coat along side the everyday mans coat...fantastic scans.
 

Monte

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I used to design ads for a living and I love old ads like these. I have now switched to a landscaping job so I could use some good work clothes like that! The big shouldered men in the ads remind me of the big guys in my family.
 

Flat Foot Floey

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Thank you for the scans. I am still waiting for a Sears 30s catalog that I bought on ebay more than a month ago. I wish overseas shipping would be faster and cheaper.
 

Tommy

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I wonder what the idea was back then about denim pants and turn ups. I guess they are an informal cuff? Years ago I would buy jeans a size longer than I needed and would turn up the legs, I think I did that because I didn't know any better.
 

scottyrocks

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I wonder what the idea was back then about denim pants and turn ups. I guess they are an informal cuff? Years ago I would buy jeans a size longer than I needed and would turn up the legs, I think I did that because I didn't know any better.

When I was a kid, my mom bought 'em for me that way so I wouldn't grow out of them so fast. I guess because everyone did it that way it became the 'right' way to wear them.
 

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