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This is from our Vanity Fair Guide on eBay.
Vanity Fair, History in the Making
Rule of Thumb on Vanity Fair Labels:
Key Dates/Timeline on Vanity Fair
|1920s-1930s-DARK BLUE lettering embroidered on woven/cloth labels with "cameo" figure from a tap "french knicker" panty.|
|Late 1940s to 1950s-LIGHT BLUE script embroidered on woven/cloth labels that read “ TRICOT NYLON” and NOT “Tricot ALL Nylon”.Hence the word “ALL” is omitted.|
|Note the "Tricot ALL Nylon", only on the 1960's tags, NOT on the 1950's. Tricot Nylon was 1950's, and the word "ALL" added in the 1960's.|
|1970's Blue block lettering, on double cloth label, from a slip.|
|1970s-BLUE BLOCK LETTERING on cloth/woven labels from a pink babydoll nighty.|
|PURPLE Script on cloth/woven label tags were used in the loungewear (houserobes etc.) from late 1960s through the late 70s from a lounging dress-gown.|
|Gold Embroidered Tag-1950s in their "Conversation Pieces, and Gold Lame pieces.|