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      61
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 Hat Pins by E. Eckstein & June Firkins [Paperback Book]

Hat Pins by E. Eckstein & June Firkins [Paperback Book]

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Learn about the perfect hat accessory in Hat Pin by E. Eckstein and June Firkins.

Overview

Hats replaced bonnets as headwear for women around the 1890s and hat pins were needed to secure the hats firmly; they were essential for the larger hats worn around 1910. The hat-pin industry expanded rapidly, producing pins of many materials, styles and qualities. Hat pins were necessary for everyday wear as well as for sports and motoring.

Suffragettes used them as offensive weapons and were not allowed to wear them when they appeared in court. Bye-laws prohibited hat pins from being worn with protruding unprotected points and contemporary cartoons poked fun at their use. Prices in the early days ranged from one old penny to several pounds, but the hat pins of the Edwardian period have now become collectors items.

Product Details

ISBN: 9780747801825
Publisher: Osprey Publishing, Limited
Publication date: 8/28/1997
Pages: 32

SIZE: BOOK - Book
$11.95
Status:In Stock
Model: 716303
Style: 716303 Color: Book
Id: 74965

Learn about the perfect hat accessory in Hat Pin by E. Eckstein and June Firkins.

Overview

Hats replaced bonnets as headwear for women around the 1890s and hat pins were needed to secure the hats firmly; they were essential for the larger hats worn around 1910. The hat-pin industry expanded rapidly, producing pins of many materials, styles and qualities. Hat pins were necessary for everyday wear as well as for sports and motoring.

Suffragettes used them as offensive weapons and were not allowed to wear them when they appeared in court. Bye-laws prohibited hat pins from being worn with protruding unprotected points and contemporary cartoons poked fun at their use. Prices in the early days ranged from one old penny to several pounds, but the hat pins of the Edwardian period have now become collectors items.

Product Details

ISBN: 9780747801825
Publisher: Osprey Publishing, Limited
Publication date: 8/28/1997
Pages: 32

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