Pictorial Review 4405; ca. 1920s; Child's Coat and Beret. The removable cape which distinguishes the little coat is seamed at sides and snapped along the neck edge. The fronts of the coat are turned under to form underfacings and closed to the neck or rolled with the collar. Long one-piece sleeves and diagonally inserted pockets are provided.
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