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Pattern # 107- This is the download version of this pattern, you will receive 6 A0 (33.1 X 46.8) pages to have printed at a local print shop thas has a large format printer. Please note that this download is not Tiled.
Men's Victorian & Edwardian Shirts
1845 - 1920 Informal & Dress Styles
Collars, Cuffs, and Neckwear
Men's Chest Sizes 32 - 56
All in the Envelope
Men's Victorian and Edwardian Shirts: All shirts have a back yoke, shaped armholes and long sleeves. View A is an informal or work shirt \vith a front placket opening with attached cuffs and the
choice of 5 different attached collars. View B is a dress shirt with a shield shaped front opening bosom with attached neckband and wristband and is worn with det.achable collars and cuffs. View C is a dress shirt with a rectangular plain, 3~ or 4 pleated bosom, opens front and back (optional) and is also worn with detachable collars and cuffs. The dress shirts have 7 different detachable collars and 4 different detachable cuff choices. 14 different choices of period neckwear are also included.