Paris: H. Cros, n.d., circa 1910. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about eleven pages, exhibit photography in b&w on cream tint-blocks, softbound, a 10x7 inch pamphlet stapled into textured coverstock embossed in gilt, covers are somewhat edgeworn with a foredge abrasion and mild dust- and handling-soil, staples rusted with a touch of migration, clean within and unmarked, a sound good (good-only) copy. Find coats especially featured, those formidable English greatcoats that must weigh 20 or 30 pounds, now seen mostly on males, these however strictly for women --stout women. Hats --horrid hats-- are shown with each coat, eight pictured. Two pages show pre-adolescent boys and girls in pretentious get-up and two pages show fur stoles.