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Empire Costumes Paper Dolls

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Elegant costumes for a wealthy couple of the French Empire (1804–1814) features 16 costumes, including graceful, high-waisted gowns, shawls, hats, bonnets, gloves, and other accessories for the lady; and pantaloons (later, trousers), embroidered silk coats, knee breeches, and black slippers for the man. Fashionable samples of day wear, court attire and wardrobe accessories ...more
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Published May 13th 1999 by Dover Publications
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Tom Tierney was a prolific creator of paper doll books. He was trained as an artist and worked as an illustrator for department stores before turning to paper dolls in the 1970s.

"Meticulously drawn and colored, and annotated with historical information, Mr. Tierney’s paper-doll books are not just for children — and some are not for children at all. His aim, he often said, was to contribute to the
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