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Embroidered mull gown, American, 1790-1810. Cream muslin embroidered with scattered stars and floral bands at hem, sleeves, and diagonally across center skirt. From the Campbell-Plumstead-Ross family of Philadelphia.

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Augusta Auctions, November, 2007 -Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection, Lot 302: Embroidered White Checked Dress, C. 1810

Reticule, 1810–29, European. Leather, tortoiseshell, metal. In the The Metropolitan Museum of Art collection.

Gown: ca. 1810, striped silk taffeta, bodice and sleeves lined with cotton. Augusta Auctions, May 2008 Vintage Fashion & Antique Textile Sale, Lot 653

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American reticule circa 1827 from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Two white work reticules, 1800-1825. Augusta Auctions (De-accessioned from the Brooklyn Museum costume collections.)

Metropolitan Museum: bolso francés de piel de 1790-1800 (Inventario: 1970.161.4)