A set of vintage ladies' fashion magazines Delineator, 1929 and Harpers Bazaar, 1957.
Delineator, February 1929, American women's magazine of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, founded by the Butterick Publishing Company in 1869. Delineator featured Butterick sewing patterns, photos, drawings of embroidery & needlework, home decor articles, and short fictional stories.
Harpers Bazaar, March 1957, American monthly women's fashion magazine, was first published in 1867. Known to be a style source for fashion and has featured the top fashion editors, photographers, illustrators, and writers.
Condition: Harpers Bazaar shows signs of wear: creases, spine wear, page corners slightly turned, yellowing. Delineator shows signs of wear: cover tear and tape, spine wear, page creases, yellowing, one image cut out.
Delineator 10-1/2 x 14”
Harpers Bazaar 9-3/4 x 12-5/8”