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.
Coat lakejlivré, c. 1672
Nils Nilsson Brahe Clothing, Sweedish count on Spanish court, 1655, Skokloster Castle, © Museo del Traje, Madrid
Wedding breeches, 1680.
Officer and Musketeer of the French Guard Musketeers, French Baroque Costume, 1680
Man in a Slashed Black Doublet, attr. Sir William Segar, ca. 1605; TC T03576
Officer of the Palace Guard, Infantry Officer. French Baroque Costumes in 1680, 17th century.
James Hamilton, Earl of Arran, Daniel Mytens the Elder, 1623; TC N03474
DATING 1680 century OTHER KEYWORDS boot COLLECTION OF THE Royal Armoury INVENTORY NUMBER 27134 (16:300: b)
Wedding clothing, made in 1604 or 1607, Historische museum Dresden