*** Hungarian mail order catalogs and advertisements with boys clothes








Hungarian Mail Order Catalogs and Advertisements with Boys Clothing

Hungarian mail order catalogs
Figure 1.--We have very little catalog information on children's clothing from Hungary. We have found one 1870s fashion plate. At the time, Hungary was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Thus German fashions were a major fashion influence. The fashion plate is from an unknown Hungarian publication. Notice the pink for a girl and blue for a boy. We are not sure, however, that was an actual convention because we have only this one example.

We have very little catalog information on children's clothing from Hungary. We have found one 1870s fashion plate. At the time, Hungary was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Thus German fashions were a major fashion influence. The fashion plate is from an unknown Hungarian publication. Notice the pink for a girl and blue for a boy. We are not sure, however, that was an actual convention because we have only this one example. Hopefully, Hungarian readers will provide some information on catalogs and advertisements in their country.






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