• Women's beige, linen-look spring coat from the 1950s or 60s

    Woman's beige, linen-look spring coat (possibly a raw silk). The coat has a 4.5" flat collar, raglan sleeves, and a three button and one snap front closure. It also has two large patch pockets, and a beige silk lining. Labels: Claire Pearone, Paris-Detroit, and Vera Maxwell Original. This garment Berlou Moth Proofed, five year guarantee.

  • Women's black and white wool tweed coat from the 1950s or 60s

    Woman's black and white wool tweed coat with an all-in-one collar and lapels that turn into a single button closure coat. Red wool is used for the lining, and is the trim at the side front pleats. The coat has semi-raglan sleeves, and right and left inseam pockets. Labels: Pauline Trigere, and Margaret Rice, Grosse Pte, Mich.

  • Matching Coat and Dress

    Two piece set consisting of an overcoat and knee length, short sleeve dress, taupe in color. Coat is double breasted, lined, with straight flap pockets. Sheath style dress with kimono cap sleeve, front and back yokes, side seam pockets, and zipper closure in back. Circa 1960-1979.

  • Matching Coat and Dress

    Two piece wool gabardine set consisting of an overcoat and knee length, sleeveless dress, light blue in color. Coat is single breasted, lined, with placket pockets, invisible button closure, with button visible at neckline. Dress is princess style with two decorative buttons at neckline, front and back yokes, hook and eye closure at left shoulder and zipper on left side. ‘Ben Zuckerman for Bonwit Teller” on label, circa 1960-1979.