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

Civil War Era Cavalry Boots 1860s. *s*

American Civil War Clothes - Civil War Era Cavalry Boots *s*. Mustain was reassigned to Regiment AR Cavalry, Co K (early Did Confederate war supplies allow for him to be issued similar boots?

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

1853 American (New York) Waistcoat at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - While this waistcoat looks quilted, it is not;

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. / Фото #83 - исторический костюм - Francis

A Civil War Era Cross-Over Bodice I have been admiring pictures of Early and Mid-Victorian dresses with a cross-over bodice. They are unique and not seen much at Civil War reenactments.

MAN'S BLUE & WHITE CHECK TAIL COAT, 1830-1840s Light blue & white tiny gingham cotton, rever collar, double breasted, 2 pocket flaps

MAN'S BLUE & WHITE CHECK TAIL COAT, for summer. less structured than the wool ones.

Suit, Date: ca. 1850 Culture: American (probably) Medium: wool Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession Number: 1982.82.25a, b

Suit Date: ca. 1850 Culture: American (probably) Medium: wool Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 37 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 45 in. cm) Credit Line: The Jacqueline Loewe Fowler Costume Collection, Gift of Jacqueline Loewe Fowler, 1982