Vintage Advertising Victor Tailors Adjustable Measure
Rare wooden Victorian advertising. This antique advertising measuring device was patented on March 27 1894 by William Veitch of Kansas City, MO as an "Extensible girth measuring device"
Marked: "Be sure you are Right, then go ahead" VICTOR, Pat Mar 27 '94, All Rights Reserved
Full instructions on how to use this tailors tool are on the back
A great addition to your rare vintage advertising collection. This would make a great gift for Christmas or a birthday.
Tailors measuring tool measures 4“ wide by 0.25" deep by 7“ tall and weighs 2.6oz.
This wooden tailors tool is in good used condition with signs of use commensurate with age (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description).
Shop Ref: Box No. 4
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