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Mente (overcoat) - from the wardrobe of László Esterházy? ca. 1640

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Officer and Musketeer of the French Guard Musketeers, French Baroque Costume, 1680

Musketeers of the French Guard in 1680.

Officer of the Palace Guard, Infantry Officer. French Baroque Costumes in 1680, 17th century.

French Officer of the Palace Guard, Infantry Officer 1680.

Nils Nilsson Brahe Clothing, Sweedish count on Spanish court, 1655, Skokloster Castle, © Museo del Traje, Madrid

Extant originals - European baroque, Nil Nilsson Brahe Clothing

Extremely nice doublet, unknown provenance but must be rather early 17th century. Notice the waist and the long row of holes for tying the breeches with points and laces.

Wedding clothing, made in 1604 or 1607, Historische museum Dresden

Byxor av vit sidenatlas. Karl X Gustav (1622-1660)Namn Ägare: Karl X Gustav av Sverige Tillverkare: Mårten Balko Datering 1654Övriga Nyckelord byxorSamling LivrustkammarenInventarienummer 21997 (3394:b)

Irregularly pleated linen collar, Northern Netherlands, c.1615-35 (via). “Early millstone ruffs were starched with regular pleats. This example, however, is looser and less tidy. It is of a type that was popular with young, fashionable men around 1615 to 1635. This is the only surviving pleated ruff in the world.” - Rijkmuseum

Seventeenth Century - The History of Theatre: Costumes

Seventeenth Century - The History of Theatre: Costumes

Seventeenth Century

Daniel Goodricke, 1634; YMT YORAG : 474

Edward Sackville, later 4th Earl of Dorset, attributed to William Larkin, 1613 England, Kenwood House

Prince Charles the Future Charles I by Robert Peake, 1613. (University of Cambridge)

"Dorothy, Lady Done, née Wilbraham", circle of Marcus Gheeraerts the younger, ca. 1610; Grosvenor Museum 1998.40082

Man in a Slashed Black Doublet, attr. Sir William Segar, ca. 1605; TC T03576

"Portrait of an Unknown Gentleman, Aged 35, with the Motto 'Humilior melior'", Marcus Gheeraerts the younger, 1628; NT 1151364

"Sir George Carew, Baron Carew of Clopton, Earl of Totnes, First High Steward of Stratford-upon-Avon", attr. Marcus Gheeraerts the younger, ca. 1625; Shakespeare Birthplace Trust SBT 1993-31/337

"Sir Thomas Parker of Ratton", Marcus Gheeraerts the younger, ca. 1620; NT 872163

"Tom Derry, Jester to Anne of Denmark", Marcus Gheeraerts the younger, 1614; National Galleries of Scotland PG 1111