1930s Spiegel Catalog scans

Discussion in 'The Front Parlor' started by Dinerman, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. Dinerman

    Dinerman Super Moderator Bartender

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    I will be posting more as I get it scanned it. For now- the coats.

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  3. Stray Cat

    Stray Cat My Mail is Forwarded Here

    *faints from excitement*
    Keep 'em coming, sir! :thumb:
     
  4. Gingerella72

    Gingerella72 A-List Customer

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    "Stylish styles for Stouts".......hahahahahaha! I'm not sure if I prefer today's "Plus-size" to "Stouts". lol
     
  5. DecoDame

    DecoDame One of the Regulars

    I know it's been awhile since this was posted but - Oh, these are great!

    I have the Dover books drawn from the Sears catalog - 20s, 30s and 40s. Such inspiration (and not a little coveting).
     
  6. PADDY

    PADDY I'll Lock Up Bartender

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    I love the stylelised graphics / drawings in these old catalogues.
     
  7. Nora

    Nora New in Town

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    Georgeous!

    I might be fooling myself, but that has to be quite early in the 30's, no? It's almost as if it's a stage in between the straight up-and-down styles of the 20's and the slinky, slender styles I think of as the 30's...
     
  8. Flat Foot Floey

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    True. I would also guess 30/31. My girlfriend likes this style a lot and we bought loads of sewing magazines from that time.
     
  9. Dinerman

    Dinerman Super Moderator Bartender

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    The catalog is from 1930. It didn't have a cover or the first couple of pages, so no date. But gong back through the automotive section eventually yielded a date. There is a thread with scans from this same catalog buried over in General Attire somewhere.
     

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