Unworn Baby Romper NRA Tag 1933-1935. Still in factory folds this little romper is too charming for words. A piece of American Fashion History. In the 70s we called these Bubble Suits; once piece baby garments with puffed construction and an opening at the crotch.
The size on the tag is 3. Please go by these measurements: chest 22, waist 26, hip 28, across upper back 9, shoulder to hem 18-1/2 inches. I think this is closer to a size 2 by modern standards and could be used on a large Baby Doll.
One piece romper is made of light pink cotton. The shaped collar, cuff hems and binding around the leg openings are a cream cotton. Leg openings are 14 inches around.
Sleeves are set in with French seam finish. The collar and part of the placket have hand decorated stitching in dark pink thread. The placket is stitched at the top and folded down the front.
Single button closure in the back and double button closure at the crotch. The back neck opening is seam finished and has a single button. All buttons are tiny Mother of Pearl.
The NRA Blue eagle label was used from 1933 - 1935 only. It was part of the NATIONAL RECOVERY ACT used during the Great Depression. This label also denotes: Made Under Infants & Children's Code Authority.
Found, unworn with the fabric still having the original sizing. No signs of even having been tried on. NOTE: there is a very light, tiny brown spot, next to the placket. It is very light and you might be able to see it in picture #3
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Unworn Baby Romper NRA Tag 1933-1935
USPS First-Class Mail Letter
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