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FASHIONABLE LENGTHS OF MEN'S COATS FOR 1910

MAN'S HEIGHT

FASHIONABLE WAIST LENGTH FOR FROCK COATS

SACK LENGTH

FROCK LENGTH

PRINCE ALBERT LENGTH


inches

inches

inches

inches

5 ft. 2 in.

16 3/4

28

34 1/2

38

5 ft. 3 in.

17

28 1/2

35

38 1/2

5 ft. 4 in.

17 1/2

29

35 1/2

39

5 ft. 5 in.

17 3/4

29 1/2

36

39 1/2

5 ft. 6 in.

18

30

36 1/2

40

5 ft. 7 in.

18 1/4

30 1/2

37

40 1/2

5 ft. 8 in.

18 1/2

31

37 1/2

41

5 ft. 9 in.

18 3/4

31 1/2

38

41 1/2

5 ft. 10 in.

19

32

38 1/2

42

5 ft. 11 in.

19 1/4

32 1/2

39

42 1/2

6 ft. 0 in.

19 1/2

33

39 1/2

43

6 ft. 1 in.

19 3/4

33 1/2

40

43 1/2

6 ft. 2 in.

20

34

40 1/2

44

6 ft. 3 in.

20 1/4

34 1/2

41

44 1/2

6 ft. 4 in.

20 1/2

35

41 1/2

45

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Men's Togs Catalog, Moretz Whitener Clothing Company, Chicago, Illinois, Spring and Summer, 1910, Vol. XIII, No. IX, p.21.

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