A Rose by Any Other Name???

Okay. Not roses and not exactly the same, but when I saw the 1864 illustration, I knew I had seen something like it before.

The 1862 pocket-book version is made of velvet or leather. The directions say it can be made in the size of the template. Which works out to be just under 6.5″ by 3.5″. The 1864 version holds a comb and brush in the pockets. So, this version would be at least twice, if not three times the size of the 1862 version.

Same Godeys

This is definitely one of those cases where we have to read the text. Of course, it would be lovely if the 1862 version would come with more information.

Published in: on August 26, 2019 at 2:17 pm  Leave a Comment  

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