These old collars are for the do-it-yourselfer that either makes his or her own shirts or needs to improve that appearance of an old shirt. The soft collar but starched white collars are made of broadcloth and come in their original package. The pointed ends are finished off but the bottom edge is raw and the instructions on the envelope explain attaching the collar to a shirt. They have a button hole on one end. The Each collar is stamped; Sanforized 16. The These were made by Hearthside and the package states; Hearthside Replacement Collars and Cuffs are Sold Only by Sears, Roebuck & Co. The package originally contained three collars but this only comes with two.
As previously stated these are a size 16 and they measure about 17 ¼” from tip to tip. They have a center crease from years of being folded in the package but they are otherwise in very nice condition with minimal discoloration or soiling. The paper envelope measures about 4 ¾” by 10 5/8”. It’s pretty tattered but has kept the collars protected and it has the instruction intact.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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