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Greatcoat with triple cape

A garrick coat from the Empire period were sometimes called a coachman's coat. These coats were a particularly popular style during this period, were very long in length, and had between three and five short caplets attached to the collar.

Surcoat: A loose robe worn over armour;  a sleeveless garment worn as part of the insignia of an order of knighthood; an outer coat of rich material.

Surcoat: A loose robe worn over armour; a sleeveless garment worn as part of the insignia of an order of knighthood; an outer coat of rich material.

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