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Harper's Bazaar Magazine September 1931 Back Issue Erte

Art Deco, 1920s to 1930s

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Charles Hanson Towne, Editor

Beautiful rare September 1931 back issue of Harper's Bazaar Magazine featuring Erte illustrations.

Magazine is in good overall condition with some chipping on the spine cover and small fold on the corner on lower right. One page has a small scribble in pencil.

Binding is tight.

All 172 pages are present.

Many Art Deco drawings including Erte's for the article " A Daughter of Ramses", simply fabulous example of Egyptian Revival style of the Era.

Great editorial features including photos of Max-Leroy, Heim, Lelong, Patou, Molineaux and Lanvin ensembles.

Hats by Agnes and Rose Valois.

Fabulous ads including Tiffany, Bonwit Teller, The Waldorf Astoria, Saks Fifth Avenue, Chrysler to name a few.

Shoes, perfumes, make up, cosmetics, furs, stockings, jewelry, hats. 

Cover by Benigni.

Please zoom in on the Index photograph for more details.

Gorgeous issue.

 

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