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1790’s suit made of red cloth with metal buttons. Said to have belonged to a middle-class man in a small Swedish town."

Headless Horseman costume ideas suit made of red cloth with metal buttons. Said to have belonged to a middle-class man in a small Swedish town.

<3 Vintage Fashion: 1700-1799 [{Suit} DATE: 1755-65 CULTURE: British MEDIUM: wool, silk CREDIT: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; H. Randolph Lever Fund, 1968.]

Suit Most likely a merchant or professional day wear Date: Culture: British Medium: wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 42 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 29 in.

Gentleman's 4-piece Court Suit, c 1820 with silk embroidered cut and uncut velvet coat and breeches, embroidered silk famille waistcoat and linen shirt.

gent's four piece formal court suit, c. 1820 Coat & breeches of dark brown cut/uncut velvet to blue satin ground; coat embroidered in polychrome silk large scale florals, gold metallic cord & crimped foil flowers, C.

Regency Era Men's Fashion | ... , my favorite men's fashion era is DEFINITELY Regency. No contest

While clothing might be my favorite (maybe) for women, my favorite men's fashion era is Hands Down, DEFINITELY Regency. No contest.

Waistcoat, France, 1760-1775. Blue patterned weave silk, delicately embroidered with a polychrome silk floral, embroidered buttons, silk and linen lining.

Waistcoat, France, Blue patterned weave silk, delicately embroidered with a polychrome silk floral, silk and linen lining.

Contemporary Makers: Middle Class Man's Day Suit, Rhode Island, 1780's

Brown linen suit dyed w/ butternuts: 1 unlined jacket w/ self fabric buttons, 10 front & 2 back, 2 pockets w/ flaps, Ch L 1 p.

The Suit: 1920s Mens Fashion History http://www.vintagedancer.com/1920s/1920s-mens-fashion-the-suit/

1920s Men's Suit History- British VS American Style

(Madison Register) (Picture Spring/Summer Catalog, National Cloak & Suit Co.) Mens suits during this time period were more fitted through out, mostly due to limited fabric availability from the war.

1730-40

This was a man's coat. Now- I declare it ours. Man's Coat, c. Silk damask Made in England Artist/maker unknown, English

Boy's Suit (front and back), 1780 (made), England, Buff Linen. Comprising a coat, waistcoat and two pairs of breeches. Tony

Boy's suit

His childhood suit. Boy's Suit (front and back), 1780 (made), England, Buff Linen. Comprising a coat, waistcoat and two pairs of breeches.

19th century british military uniforms | The uniform tunic of an 18th-century British ... | Rob's Militaria of ...

The uniform tunic of an British Royal Horse Guards officer, the oldest in the regimental collection [Household Cavalry Regimental Collection. As worn by my great grand uncle Major Richard Davenport killed at The Battle of Warburg July 1760

Blue tailcoat with velvet collar and brass buttons. Museum of London 1801-30

The cut and length of the jacket (men federalist era/regency Inkwell Inspirations: Historical Fashion Series-Regency)

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