A New York Times

on the Tiny Coach Purse article by LEXIE SEIBERT, NATIONAL LEADERBOARD editor(W) and CO-PROTOCOL editor(R)Cover story on the tiny coach purse and other articles that were published in the New York time period. 

The New YorkTimes, April 14,1930, page 8: “A New York newspaper recently carried a report that two of the smallest purses in the world, each weighing two-thirds of an ounce, will soon be on sale.

The smaller purse, a small-sized pocket watch, will be sold in the first quarter of this year.

Its retail price is $200, with a $100 value.

Both are now available. “

The larger purse, with its own watch strap, will sell for $1,000; the smaller will go up to $400.

Both are now available.

A similar deal has been made for the smaller watch, which is about a third the size of the small one.

The small purse, which will be on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History from July 31 to August 3, will set you back $25.00.

The bigger purse, at the American Museum of Natural History from September 4 to October 1, will cost $350.00 and the largest $1.00, but the watches will be $1 and $2.50, respectively.” 

In the same month, the New Yorker magazine carried an article on “the tiny purse, its history and future” with the title “The New Smallest Coach Pouches.” 

The article included a photograph of a small pocket watch with the caption “It is a wonder that people don’t get a little carried away.”

The article went on to note that the pocket watch was produced by American Watch Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, a company that was the original manufacturer of the pocketwatch. 

In December 1930, the first of the tiny purse purses was launched.

The purse, measuring 0.5 inches by 1.2 inches by 3.6 inches, was made by the American Watch Company of Cleveland.

The design was based on the pocket watches of the early 1900s. 

(The American Watch company also produced a large-sized “tiny” pocket watch in the early 1930s called the “M-Watch” and a smaller “small” pocketwatch, “Small-Watches,” made from a smaller leather strap. 

On December 1, 1930, a pocket watch weighing about a half ounce was released for sale.

This was the first pocket watch to have a watch strap.

The strap was an 18 gauge leather strap made of a mixture of leather and rubber.) 

In January 1931, the purse was discontinued.

In addition to the pocket-sized watches, the smallest pocket watch made for sale in the United States was the small “Small Watch” pocket-size watch.

It was available for sale for $100, and had a retail price of $200.

The pocket watch that the magazine article was referencing, the “Small Watches” pocket, was sold for $350, with the smallest price listed at $250.

The smallest pocket-watch sold in America, at $100 in 1931, was a “Small Coach Pouch” pocket pocket watch. 

Other articles in the November 1930 issue of the New American, also published in The Times, discussed the tiny pocket watch and other small pocket watches, as well as other pocket watches. 

“The pocket watch is the smallest, and one of the most interesting, as a practical tool.

Its purpose is to keep the wearer’s wrist warm.

The watch is a great way of keeping a watch out of the way, and even a pocket-shaped watch can be useful for keeping track of things, such as the time.

This small watch has an inner strap made from rubber and is made of leather.

It has a watch-wrist strap that hangs loosely over the wearer.

In the pocket, the strap is made from the same material, but is wrapped around the wearer in a single unit.

A few other pocket-watches have a small strap, as have the large pocket watches and pocket watches with straps made from leather.

The Watch Company in Boston, Massachusetts, has two pocket watches made of the same leather as the tiny-watch purse, the large-watcher and the pocket. 

By December 1931, pocket watches were available for $25 and the most expensive one was $50.

 In addition to pocket watches that were pocket-sizes and the tiny watch, the following pocket-wearable items were sold in 1931: a small watch, a tiny pocket-pocket watch, and a tiny purse. 

These items were made in the small watches that appeared in