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Waistcoat, c. 1795. Primrose-yellow silk with floral ribbon embroidery, embroidered buttons, cotton back panels with ties.

Lot 44 - A primrose-yellow silk ribbon embroidered waistcoat, circa with broad lapels, small buttons,

Magasin des Modes, February 1788. Look at this jaunty fellow! Love the black coat with the blue piping and the fur trimmed (!!) waistcoat!

Magasin des Modes, February Look at this jaunty fellow! Love the black coat with the blue piping and the fur trimmed (!

Coat | probably American | The Met Date:ca. 1800 Culture:probably American Medium:cotton, linen Credit Line:Gift of Mr. Richard Greenleaf, 1952 Accession Number:C.I.52.57

Cotton and linen coat, American, circa (dimensions: CB 20 ins) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Detail embroidery, 3-piece court suit, Spain, 1775-1790. Brown silk velvet, lavishly embroidered with naturalistic flowers in polychrome silk; waistcoat: ivory silk satin, embroidered with polychrome silk in a complementary floral design.

Detail embroidery, 3-piece court suit, Spain, 1775-1790. Brown silk velvet, lavishly embroidered with naturalistic flowers in polychrome silk; waistcoat: ivory silk satin, embroidered with polychrome silk in a complementary floral design.

WaistcoatEngland | 1790-1800Embroidered cotton dimity (!) | LACMA

* Man's Vest England Cotton plain weave and twill with silk and metallic-thread embroidery and printed-cotton plain-weave trim circa 1790

Coat and waistcoat, c. 1729, France

Coat and waistcoat, about 1729 Coat and waistcoat France About 1729 Coat: silk velvet, trimmed with gold lace Waistcoat: silver brocade, trimmed with gold lace Museum no. © The Moscow Kremlin Museums

Collection | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

MET Tail coat Date: ca. 1830 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 41 in. cm) Credit Line: Isabel Shults Fund, 1986 Accession Number:

Ensemble (image 10 - waistcoat) | French | 1765 | silk, metal | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 1994.405.1a–f

Ensemble Date: ca. 1765 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 42 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 25 in. cm) Length (c–f): 6 in. cm) Credit Line: Isabel Shults Fund, 1994 Accession Number:

Metropolitan Museum: chaleco de EEUU o Europa de lana y lino de 1800-05 (Inventario: 1977.34)

wool and linen waistcoat from the Met Museum

1780s, American or European,  Met http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/157642?rpp=30&pg=7&ft=waistcoat&pos=187

Man's Vest, American or European. Gold Striped Silk and linen. via Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection.

GENTS SILK EMBROIDERED WAISTCOAT, 18th C.

GENTS SILK EMBROIDERED WAISTCOAT, 18th C.

A primrose-yellow silk ribbon embroidered waistcoat, circa 1795, with broad lapels, small buttons

A primrose-yellow silk ribbon embroidered waistcoat, circa with broad lapels, small buttons

Coat 1873-1875. England. Cotton velveteen, lined with silk, wool twill and cotton, edged with wool braid. As the frock coat became formal daywear in the 1850s, a more informal style of coat, called the morning coat was introduced. It had skirts that...

Cotton velveteen, lined with silk, wool twill and cotton, edged with wool braid. As the frock coat became formal daywear in the a more informal style of coat, called the morning coat was introduced.

Lot:GENTS SILK EMBROIDERED WAISTCOAT, 18th C., Lot Number:527, Starting Bid:$150, Auctioneer:Charles A. Whitaker Auction Co., Auction:GENTS SILK EMBROIDERED WAISTCOAT, 18th C., Date:05:00 AM PT - Oct 29th, 2016

Lot:GENTS SILK EMBROIDERED WAISTCOAT, 18th C., Lot Number:527, Starting Bid:$150, Auctioneer:Charles A. Whitaker Auction Co., Auction:GENTS SILK EMBROIDERED WAISTCOAT, 18th C., Date:05:00 AM PT - Oct 29th, 2016

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