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Antron nylon was trademarked in 1960, Antron III in 1970. Exotic leathers (crocodile, lizard, alligator) were commonly used for shoes during WWII because they weren’t rationed for the war effort.

Cartridge pleating of the skirt at its waist is seen from the 1840s-1860s, fading out by the 1870s.

Tiny piped armhole seams date a garment to the 1870s or before and were rare after that. Three-quarter and seven-eighth length sleeves were popular from the late 1930s through the 1950s. Armholes were cut high and fitted in the 1950s and the 1970s.

Permanently affixed garment-care labels were required in the U. For a Levi’s denim label, a capital letter “E” indicates manufacture before 1971, while a lowercase “e” indicates manufacture in or after 1971.