Officer Frock Coat c1815 Light Company of Loyal Newport Volunteers

An officer's jacket of the post 1812 uniform design, similar to those worn at the Battle of Waterloo. This example has dark green facings, possibly of the Durham Light Infantry

An original French bicorn, 1790s

Clothing item 1 An original French bicorn, A French hat

1853, America - Man's waistcoat - Silk quilted, cotton and leather lining, needleworked buttons, brass-colored metal buckle

Sir Capulet reference America - Man's waistcoat - Silk quilted, cotton and leather lining, needleworked buttons, brass-colored metal buckle

English Staffordshire transfer decorated childrens' mugs; 19th c. Some have names, Franklin's maxims, alphabet, pets...

English Staffordshire transfer decorated childrens' mugs; Some have names, Franklin's maxims, alphabet, pets.

The Suit. American design dating to 1830-1840. Made from wool, synthetic. Found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Suit The Metropolitan Museum of Art The dress coat, as this style of jacket was originally called in the late century, was worn for day and formal evening occasions, with the exception of court which had its own prescribed dress code.

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