57 original and complete pages of Revue Parisienne magazine No. 7. Estimated date is 1910. The covers are not present. The pages are numbered and the pages in this portion are page number 7 thru 64.
Magnificent illustrations by Aletier Bachnitz. 15 of the pages are in full color; the remaining pages are in black and white.
The pages measure 11 1/2" X 15 7/8".
Folded corners, edge wear and some short edge tears as well as aging to the color of the paper. Page 17 does have a missing torn section about the size of half a dollar bill. Also, a 2" strip of masking tape on page 19. Overall, though, the pages are in wonderful and exceptional condition for their age. The colors are still vibrant and strong in the illustrations.
The full gamut of complete fashion wardrobe is covered - from lingerie to overcoats and everything in between. Dresses for a specific occasion; lingerie; skirts; blouses; jackets; coats; furs and even masquerade costumes. Toddler/preschool fashions and a page of early teen fashions, as well.
Each fashion is numbered and described in the text portion at the top and bottom of each page.
The text is all in French, and a sampling of some of the phrases are as follows:
Toilette dapres midi en taffeta glace; Toilette de visites; Robe de marièe; Blouse de deuil; Robe du soir; Robe de soirèe; Blouse de modele; Jacquette du modele; Robe de deuil; Blouse de deuil; Robe de reunion; Robe pour lecons de danse; Costume de skie; Costume touriste; Manteau de theatre; Manteau du soir; Costume d'enfant; Robe d'enfant; Jupe corselet; Cache corset; Combinaison en toile; Camisole; Jupon; Cravate; Volant jabote; Tablier de jeu; Costume Eglantine; Costume Majicienne.
Each illustration has the image of Aletier Bachnitz signature.
The bottom of each page reads, Paris, London, Bruxrlles, New York and Wien with an address under each.