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Late 18th century, painterly style. Portrait of a Young Lady, by George Romney (1734-1802)

Late 18th century, painterly style. Portrait of a Young Lady, by George Romney (1734-1802)

A rare gentleman's navy wool tailcoat, circa 1815. double-breasted with M-notched lapels, kite-shaped rear seaming, black silk covered buttons, sleeve is gathered at the shoulder, high collar, quilting to inside chest and lower neck areas, brown velvet added to line the cuffs, brown chintz lined pockets concealed within the tails

A rare gentleman's navy wool tailcoat, circa 1815. double-breasted with M-notched lapels, kite-shaped rear seaming, black silk covered buttons, sleeve is gathered at the shoulder, high collar, quilting to inside chest and lower neck areas, brown velvet added to line the cuffs, brown chintz lined pockets concealed within the tails

suit 1829 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

suit 1829 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Suit 1833 The Metropolitan Museum of Art In the early years of... - OMG that dress!

Suit 1833 The Metropolitan Museum of Art In the early years of... - OMG that dress!

Enjolras Style / Students

Enjolras Style / Students

Man’s Suit 1815-1820 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Man’s Suit 1815-1820 The Victoria & Albert Museum

Frock coat, fourth quarter of the 18th century, Vendôme Museum.

Frock coat, fourth quarter of the 18th century, Vendôme Museum.

Spats that button into the britches at the knees - 18th Century infantry costume (looks French, if you ask me)

Spats that button into the britches at the knees - 18th Century infantry costume (looks French, if you ask me)

France, 18th century — Headdress and bodice.   Auguste Racinet, from Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. 6, Paris, 1888.  (Source: archive.org)

France, 18th century — Headdress and bodice. Auguste Racinet, from Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. 6, Paris, 1888. (Source: archive.org)

Nathaniel Hone R.A. (1718-1784) — Master Muspratt Wlliams Composing a Garland

Nathaniel Hone R.A. (1718-1784) — Master Muspratt Wlliams Composing a Garland