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Ancient Egyptian Fashions by Tom Tierney3100 BC - 30 BC : Coloring Book
Byzantine Fashions by Tom Tierney330 - 1453 : Coloring Book
Cavalier and Puritan Fashions by Tom Tierney1625 - 1660 : Coloring Book
Civil War Fashions Coloring Book by Tom Tierney1861 - 1865 : Coloring Book
Colonial and Early American Fashions by Tom Tierney1492 - 1783 : Coloring Book
Empire Fashions by Tom Tierney1800 - 1815 : Coloring Book
Fashions of the Old South by Tom Tierney1850 - 1861 : Coloring Book
Fashions Through the Ages : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
French Baroque and Rococo Fashions by Tom Tierney1599 - 1785 : Coloring Book
Greek and Roman Fashions by Tom Tierney1000 BC - 600 AD : Coloring Book
Jacobean and Early Bourbon Fashions by Tom Tierney1567 - 1625 : Coloring Book
Late Victorian and Edwardian Fashions by Tom Tierney1850 - 1910 : Coloring Book
Medieval Fashions by Tom Tierney449 - 1500 : Coloring Book
Renaissance Fashions by Tom Tierney1300 - 1699 : Coloring Book
Spanish and Moorish Fashions by Tom Tierney1160 - 1570 : Coloring Book
Tudor and Elizabethan Fashions by Tom Tierney1485 - 1603 : Coloring Book
Victorian Fashions by Tom Tierney1837 - 1901 : Coloring Book
Ancient Egyptian Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Art Deco Fashions : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyWorld-wide 1920's, Paper Dolls
Camelot : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Campus Fashions 1900s-1980s : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Charlotte of the Old South : Paper Doll by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Children's Fashions from "Godey's Lady's Book" : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Children's Fashions from "Harper's Bazar" : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Colonial Fashions : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Elegant Debutante Gowns of the 1800s : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Elizabethan Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Fashions of the Gilded Age : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Fashions of the Old South : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Fashions of the Regency Period : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Great Empresses and Queens : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
High Victorian Fashions : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Hoop Skirts and Crinoline : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyUSA 1820s to Civil War, Paper Dolls
Italian Renaissance Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Medieval Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Newport Fashions of the Gilded Age : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyUSA 1870s to 1900s, Paper Dolls
Pretty Pink Paper Dolls : 6 Decades of Popular Pink Styles from the 1950s-2000s by Tom TierneyUSA 1950s to 2000s, Paper Dolls
Roaring Twenties : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Russian Imperial Costume : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyPaper Dolls
Southern Belle Ball Gowns : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyUSA 1820s to Civil War, Paper Dolls
Southern Belles : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyUSA 1820s to Civil War, Paper Dolls
Ancient Greek Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Byzantine Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Early Victorian Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Edwardian Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Empire Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Gothic Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Late Victorian Costumes : Paper Dolls by Tom TierneyHistory of Costume - Paper Dolls
Everyday Fashions of the 20th Century : 116 Different Permission-Free Designs [CD-ROM & Book] by Tom TierneyHistoric Costume - 116 Reproducible Images
Historic Costume CD-ROM and Book: From the Renaissance through the Nineteenth Century by Tom TierneyHistoric Costume - 200 Reproducible Images
Victorian Fashion Designs : 110 Different Copyright-Free Designs [CD-ROM & Book] by Tom TierneyHistoric Costume - 110 Reproducible Images

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