- Sep 10, 2002
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I see.Webster's 1913 Dictionary:
Cas"si*mere (?), n. [Cf. F. casimir, prob. of the same origin as E. cashmere. Cf. Kerseymere.] A thin, twilled, woolen cloth, used for men's garments. [Written also kerseymere.]
http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....9;st=10You wouldn't happen to have a link to the post whence you mentioned it.
Are the 'open-end four-in-hand' ties the earliest incarnation of the seven-fold tie, I wonder? Ninety-five cents...The square-end knit ties are surprising. I guess I never imagined they were from such an early time.
Perhaps it's supposed to be a depiction of the shine? Looks like a ding to me, too...Why do many of the shoes seem to have an indentation on the toe?