I found a full-length black velvet evening coat at an estate sale and wonder if anyone might be able to help me to date it. The coat has a high neck, is quite fitted through the bodice, and has large, ornately carved black buttons to the waist. It is so long as to almost feel as if it might have been intended to have a train effect behind. The only label is a National Recovery Board tag. On one side it says National Recovery Board around a circle, in the middle of the circle it says Coat and Suit Industry, and along the edge of the tag the number 109721. On the other side, it says Consumers' Protection Label, Manufactured under Fair Labor Standards, and in a box in the center the letters KJM. All suggestions gratefully received!