This is an 1831 volume 2 of The Ladies' Pocket Magazine, including all 12 of the original color fashion plates, plus 20 more black and white illustrations. The book contains poetry, short stories, household and toiletry tips, fashion, and a detailed depiction of the coronation of King William the 4rth and Queen Adelaide.
The book measures 3.625" x 5.5" x 1". There are 272 pages.
Condition: Cover is intact but worn. End papers missing, but otherwise intact. Typical age discoloration to pages.
This wonderful little book gives a peek into the lives and thoughts of ladies of the early to mid 1800s. The fashion plates are exquisite.
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