Vintage BLOOMERS Directoire KNICKERS Pantaloons 30s/40s

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  • Item Category: Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
  • Source: eBay UK
  • Sold Date: Jun 12,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Original Vintage

DIRECTOIRE KNICKERS/BLOOMERS/PANTALOONS

Circa 1930s/1940s

Original vintage elasticated leg Directoire knickers/bloomers/pantaloons.

This is the very last pair of these bloomers I have so this sale will not be repeated.

Colour:

Pale Blue.

Style:

Thigh length Directoire knickers/bloomers with elasticated legs & waist with double kite & inner leg panels. Made from soft, shiny & silky feel nylon.

Measurements:

Waist: Unstretched 20" (51cm) to stretched 45" (114cm)

Hips: 40" (102cm)

Length - from waist to crotch: 16" (41cm)

Length - from waist to leg hem: From 20" (51cm).

Condition:

In fair condition. Small hole near gussett. A small repair will suffice. There is some colour fading. Please see pictures.

Freshly laundered & conditioned in summer scented softener.

Machine washable.

Please see pictures.
Please note I have included some photos of other vintage lingerie & clothing that I am currently selling.
PLEASE CHECK OUT MY other items ! FOR MORE VINTAGE SLIPS, STOCKINGS & CLOTHES THAT I AM CURRENTLY SELLING.

MOST OF THE VINTAGE ITEMS I SELL ARE EXCLUSIVE ONE-OFFS. IT IS VERY RARE FOR ME TO DUPLICATE.SO IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU SEE THEN GRAB THE CHANCE TO BUY WHILE YOU CAN.

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I HAVE 100% POSITIVE FEEDBACK. FEEL FREE TO CHECK IT OUT.

FOR AD DED PEACE OF MIND I AM A UK VERIFIED PAYPAL MEMBER & THEREFORE ELIGIBLE FOR THE PAYPAL BUYER PROTECTION POLICY. THIS QUALIFIES PURCHASES MADE BY CONFIRMED PAYPAL MEMBERS FOR COVER UP TO £500.00 GBP. PLEASE SEE FOR FULL DETAILS.

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I AM CURRENTLY SELLING A SELECTION OF VINTAGE /RETRO ITEMS SO WHY NOT CHECK OUT MY other items !

IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU SEE THEN DON'T FORGET TO ADD ME TO YOUR favourites list !

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PAYMENT DETAILS

PLEASE MAKE PAYMENT WITHIN 3 DAYS. THANKYOU.

PLEASE ONLY BID IF YOU WANT THE ITEM. THIS SAVES TIME & TROUBLE FOR EVERYONE. IF YOU CAN'T PAY, DON'T PLAY.

UK BIDDERS : CHEQUES / POSTAL ORDERS / PAYPAL ACCEPTED.

OVERSEAS BIDDERS : PAYPAL / STERLING GBP CHEQUES.

POSTAGE DETAILS

I DO POST WORLDWIDE, SO FOR INTERNATIONAL POSTAGE & PACKING RATES PLEASE EMAIL ME.

ALL ITEMS I SELL WILL BE WELL PACKED. I USE BOXES, BUBBLEWRAP, TISSUE PAPER, JIFFYS, PLASTIC BAGS, STIFFNER ETC WHERE NEEDED TO ENSURE SAFE ARRIVAL.

I WILL COMBINE POSTAGE ON MULTIPLE PURCHASES, SO WHY NOT HAVE A BROWSE AT THE other items I AM SELLING.

I ALWAYS OBTAIN PROOF OF POSTING BUT CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ITEMS THAT ARE LOST OR DAMAGED IN THE POST SO IF YOU ARE CONCERNED PLEASE ASK ME ABOUT POSTAL INSURANCE WITH COMPENSATION.

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