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Dating Vintage Patterns. 1930’s Hollywood Pattern 1940’s Hollywood Pattern

21 novembre 2020,

di Stefano Ronchetti,

letto 4 volte.

Dating Vintage Patterns. 1930’s Hollywood Pattern 1940’s Hollywood Pattern

Vintage Advance Patterns:

  • Vintage Advance Patterns
  • Date through the 1930’s-1960’s
  • No imprinted times on the classic habits
  • 1930’s The Eiffel Tower seems into the logo design
  • 1940’s & 1950’s title logo seems close to the top of envelope in bold kind
  • 1960’s name logo design relocated to along side it. In 1962 the Sew effortless habits had the title logo design in the base of envelope
  • Many 1940’s & 1950’s habits were unprinted
  • Among the final organizations to produce patterns that are unprinted
  • The habits had been offered solely by J.C. Penney. When you look at the mid 1960’s the Advance business had been offered to Puritan Fashions. They stopped using the Advance title.

1940’s Advance Pattern 1950’s Advance Pattern 1960’s Advance Pattern

Vintage Butterick Patterns:

  • Vintage Butterick Patterns
  • Habits were undated
  • Beginning into the 1920 is a Deltor (instruction sheet) had been included
  • Envelopes when you look at the 1930’s had been simple with easy designs
  • Starting in the belated 1940’s Butterick started printing their habits. Moved far from perforated habits with all the holes & notches.
  • Through the 1950’s logo design ended up being positioned in the top of corner that is left a colored package around it.
  • Early 1960’s name logo design relocated to your remaining part. Mid 1960’s logo design relocated back once again to the very best.

1940’s Butterick Pattern 1950’s Butterick Pattern 1960’s Butterick Pattern

1970’s Butterick Pattern

Vintage Hollywood Patterns:

  • Vintage Hollywood Patterns
  • Habits were undated
  • Created from the 1930’s to your belated 1940’s
  • A lot of these habits had been unprinted
  • Marketed fashions from films

1930’s Hollywood Pattern 1940’s Hollywood Pattern

Vintage McCall’s Patterns:

  • Vintage McCall or McCall’s Habits
  • Many through the 1940’s to today had been dated
  • Dated at different points from the envelopes: Bottom, right part, around top flap
  • Patterns before 1951 had been known as McCall minus the S. The S had been added in 1952.
  • Early 1940’s McCall logo design had been built in a script font in the part
  • Through the very very early 1960’s the logo design switched sides. By 1965 a colored logo design ended up being added.
  • Because of the mid 1970’s the logo that is colored ended up being eliminated.

1940’s McCall Pattern 1950’s McCall’s Pattern 1960’s McCall’s Pattern

1970’s McCall’s Pattern

Classic Mail Order Patterns:

  • Classic Mail Order Patterns
  • Habits were undated
  • The way that is only date these habits is through the style or the postmark regarding the envelope
  • For sale in magazines, magazines, etc. From 1930’s – 1980’s
  • Common brands are Marian Martin, Anne Adams & Laura Wheeler

1930 Mail Purchase Pattern 1940 Mail Order Pattern 1950 Mail Order Pattern

1960 Mail Order Pattern 1970 Mail Purchase Pattern

Vintage Ease Patterns:

  • Vintage Simplicity Patterns
  • 1960’s – Present: Dated at the top right back of pattern envelope
  • Pre 1960’s – date had been moved page that is 2nd of sheet
  • Through the 1940’s the font ended up being printed in a script design.
  • Mid 1960’s the font had been printed in a colored script.
  • Later 1960’s logo design changed to a block page font in the colored field & positioned on the top of the envelope.

1940’s ease Pattern 1950’s ease of use Pattern 1960’s simpleness Pattern

1970’s ease of use Pattern

Vintage Vogue Patterns:

  • Vintage Vogue Patterns
  • 1950’s & Early 1960’s – nearly all are dated
  • 1980’s – each one is dated
  • Date is available bottom that is front corner or envelope right right straight back
  • An easy task to Sew started during the early 1950’s
  • Late 1940’s the Paris Original line had been introduced
  • Later 1960’s Americana line ended up being introduced

1940’s Vogue Pattern 1950’s Vogue Pattern 1960’s Vogue Pattern

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Articolo scritto da Stefano Ronchetti

A Stefano Ronchetti, ideatore e fondatore della CONCERTO, è affidata la Direzione generale ed il coordinamento del gruppo. Un professionista con un’importante esperienza...

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