Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1795-1812 - National Maritime Museum

Back of Admiral Lord Nelson’s undress coat that he wore at the battle of Trafalgar, Royal Naval pattern National Maritime Museum Greenwich

Full dress frock coat of a Captain. The frock is of blue wool with button back lapels faced with white and edged with gold lace. Although it...

Full dress frock coat of a Captain. The frock is of blue wool with button back lapels faced with white and edged with gold lace. Although it is possible to wear the coat with the lapels partially.

Spallina da ufficiale di marina inglese

gorgeous British army and navy uniforms. I bet you can't get one of these made by tomorrow, but they are lovel.

men's waistcoat yardage pattern - Google Search

This white wool waistcoat is of the 1795 pattern. The rank and status of the wearer was indicated by the pattern of the button, in this case a flag officer.

1775-1780 Naval officer

Take a look at the 'Royal Naval uniform: pattern - This frock coat of a midshipman is quite' prints from National Maritime Museum

18th and 19th century naval uniforms - Google Search

Bligh” complete Royal Navy uniform from the 1935 "Mutiny on the Bounty" - Navy blue military coat w/ ivory accents brass buttons; wool long vest w/ brass buttons (no label); and ivory wool pantaloons w/ brass buttons

Giacca da capitano della Marina inglese

Captains Frock 1795 - 1812 a Naval Captains Dress frock of over 3 years seniorty. Made from superfine wool with gold lace. A copy of the original in the National Maritime Museum.

Navy Uniforms: Royal Navy Uniforms 18th Century

Regency uniform front - Full dress coat for a captain, over three years seniority. It belonged to Alexander Hood The coat is of blue wool and features a stand-up collard edged with gold lace, as are the button back lapels and front edge of the skirts.

Royal Navy commodore/admiral uniform coat and waistcoat

This uniform, which belonged to Admiral Sir William Cornwallis illustrates the principal changes to uniform regulations for the year include the change in colour of the lapels and cuffs from white to blue and the inclusion of epaulettes.

A British navy waistcoat, after 1812. Article on midshipmen

The Making of a Midshipman: Waistcoat

Royal Naval uniform:1748 This dress coat of a lieutenant has much in common with the formal suits of the mid-18th century. It is full skirte...

(less formal officer's coat) Captain's undress coat, late century wool with brass buttons UK, National Maritime Museum.

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