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Frockcoat, late 18thC. France, wool. Navy blue, collar, cuffs and skirts embroidered with cream silk "point Beauvais" garlands of pearls and flowers, embroidered buttons. Coutau-Bégarie

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18th Century Gentlemans Frock Coat, wool, CT9001, long silk waistcoat available separately. Brass effect floral button used with this coat.

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18th Century Shoes [ being more familiar with shoe details might translate better to the book cover than clothing details but a decorative book arts book doesn't get the wear a shoe does so I can go for a few more delicate details ] More

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Royal Naval uniform, circa 1748. A midshipman's frock coat, similar to the lieutenant's undress frock. However, the sleeves feature a 'mariner's cuff'. By the mid-18th century it was also incorporated into fashionable dress, featuring on both men's suit coats and women's riding habits. The midshipman's frock also features a stand up collar of blue wool lined with white velvet, which would often have been removed and re-attached. National Maritime Museum

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18th Century Triple Cape Coat This is the standard version of the 'Triple cape Coat' made in a good quality brown overcoating wool, the coat features Gauntlet style button through cuffs and Brass buttons are used throughout, fully lined in a polished cotton. The rear of the coat has a beautiful long pocket feature with 14 buttons fitted to the rear! Copied from an original that was restored for a Museum client. CT9002

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c.1786 Darbes, Joseph Friedrich: Porträt der Juliane Gottliebe Elis

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