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 Mens 18th Century Shoes. 
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Post Mens 18th Century Shoes.
I have decided it would be too cruel to exclude men from the shoe-tastic ( yes I realized I've botched the English language bear with me.) fun, so I am on the prowl for men's 18th century, you can also post boots too! If we could keep this at two images per post that would be greatly appreciated. :love:

These a pretty specimens I don't know why, but I like them and I WANT them. :angel12:

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i could do that.......

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Are they from 18th century? Look new:-) I love them :D

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styled like the 18th century, not made

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Wed Jul 16, 2008 12:57 pm
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Anouk wrote:
Are they from 18th century? Look new:-) I love them :D


Sadly they're not. But they are styled af :(

It's really difficult to find images for men's shoes in the 18th century. :(

From the website:

"Boots made in the Shoemaker Shop today are made using 18th-century methods."

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i tried to find more but alas i couldent tell if they were mens or womens :[

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c'est dommage...

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However there are fashion plates. :)

Here are a couple of plates featuring men:

http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id= ... lt#PPT1,M1

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Another link:

http://www.costumes.org/history/18thcen ... 80sman.jpg

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Hellou_Librorum wrote:
However there are fashion plates. :)

Here are a couple of plates featuring men:

http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id= ... lt#PPT1,M1

ohmygosh thats really cool

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These are classic.


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I love the ensemble except the hat, the hat is a little silly.

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Hellou_Librorum wrote:
I love the ensemble except the hat, the hat is a little silly.

a little?

i hate it!

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Tricorns were made into three corners because it was more fashionable for a gentleman to carry is hat in his arm, and easier to carry under the arm. Essentially it was the male version of a fan. However bi-corns I always have disliked for some peculiar reason.

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Thank you Hellou. I have always hated hats that kind because I have connected it to the revolution. :oops:

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