The Cutters' Practical Guide (1898)/Part 1

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THE CUTTERS'
PRACTICAL GUIDE

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PART 1.

Juvenile and Youths' Garments.

The Cutter's Practical Guide 1898 Edition Part 1.djvu


THE CUTTERS

PRACTICAL GUIDE TO

Cuting Every Kind of Garment Made by Tailors,

IN A SERIES OF PARTS



PART ONE

YOUNG MEN'S, YOUTHS AND
JUVENILLE GARMENTS

Enbracing also Treatise on

Trousers, Vests, Milltary Garments,
Liveries etc., etc., etc.



by W.D.F. VINCENT


Author of "The Federation First Prize Essay on Trouser Cutting" "The First Prize Essay on the Managment of Foreman Tailor Societies" etc., etc. and

One of the teachers at the "Tailor and Cutter" School of Art, 93 & 94 DURY LANE, LONDON,W.C



PRICE FIFTEEN SHILLINGS



PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE JOHN WILLIAMSON CO. LIMITED
AT THE TAILOR AND CUTTER OFFICE, 93 & 94 DURY LANE, LONDON,W.C.

London:
Printed by the John Willamson Company, Limited at "Tailor and Cutter" Office,
90 & 91 Dury Lane, W.C.


Chapters (not individually listed)