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Man’s waistcoat Unknown artist, Chinese export Man’s waistcoat, ca. 1840 Plain weave fulled wool (broadcloth) with silk embroidery 68.120

Man’s waistcoat Unknown artist, Chinese export Man’s waistcoat, ca. 1840 Plain weave fulled wool (broadcloth) with silk embroidery

Man's Waistcoat. Made in United States, Mid- 19th century, Yellow and black striped wool twill, wool twill, removable gold metal buttons

Made in United States, Mid- century, Yellow and black striped wool twill, wool twill, removable gold metal buttons

Waistcoat 1840, British, Made of silk and satin

This waistcoat from the early is made of a satin-faced silk brocade, woven with a busy, all-over, multicolored, floral pattern . guaranteed to strike quite a dandy note.

A Proper, Psychedelic Gentleman: Fashionably Fancy 1840s and 1850s Waistcoats | The Pragmatic Costumer

A Proper, Psychedelic Gentleman: Fashionably Fancy 1840s and 1850s Waistcoats

Waistcoat | American | 1840 | wool | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 1979.346.46

Man's double-breasted orange wool brocade waistcoat, American, ca.

Waistcoat 1748, British, Made of silk

Waistcoat, England, White silk satin heavily embroidered with flowers in gold, silver and browns at center front, pocket and body embroidered with small gold and silver sprigs.

1880 American. Very similar to my latest tailcoat. Apparently features three vests and a top hat.

Idea for rich gentlemen in King Lear. Suit, Date: ca. 1880 Culture: American Medium: wool, linen Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number:

Waistcoat Date: ca. 1860 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CF: 24 3/8 in. (61.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Frederick van Beuren Joy, in memory of Mrs. Jacob Harsen Halsted, 1983 Accession Number: 1983.479.13

Waistcoat Date: ca. 1860 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CF: 24 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Frederick van Beuren Joy, in memory of Mrs.

GENT'S PURPLE SILK BROCADE VEST, 1860's. Belonged to Peleg Bradford, 7th descendant of Governor Bradford of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Green, yellow and gold floral clusters, shawl collar, two hem pockets, five self buttons, straight bottom, back lacing adjustment, (laces missing), backed and lined in tan cotton, hem reinforced in front with leather. Chest 40, length 19. Excellent. $517.50.

Gent's purple silk brocade vest, Belonged to Peleg Bradford, descendant of Governor Bradford of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Embroidered waistcoat, from the Greenleaf collection, 1770-1780.

Gentleman's waistcoat in ivory silk faille with embroidery on collar, pockets, center fronts and lower edge. Embroidered in 22 shades of silk with floral garlands which form circles down the center front when the waistcoat is buttoned.

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