Antique Men's Tuxedo Front Shirt
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This tuxedo front white shirt is from about 1870-1890 and is labeled: eoeTrademark Ides Ferncourt." The inside of the collar band appears to have the original owner's initials of HJB and reads: 14 Guaranteed Unshrinkable Neckband KL 35.5 Centimeters." Markings on the hem read "Ferncourt 14 34 M 3179 A Made in U.S.A." indicating a size 14-34. The shirt requires a separate collar and there is a stud button at the top and bottom of the stiffly starched, striped tuxedo bib. The other button holes are empty and would require additional button studs. There are a few small spots but the fabric is still crisp and strong. Shirt has heavily starched and folded French style cuffs. The back of the neck is equipped with a vertically stitched hanger loop. This is a perfect item for your country store set up or for the re-enactor.
Shoulder to edge of folded cuff: 25" - Neck to hem: 33" - Armho
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- Very Good- Small pinhead size spots- Two tiny holes near hem se