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1760, Great Britain - Coat - Embroidered wool in silver-gilt thread and sequins, trimmed with silver braid, lined with silk and backed with linen

1760, Great Britain - Coat - Embroidered wool in silver-gilt thread and sequins, trimmed with silver braid, lined with silk and backed with linen

Coat, Britain, 1770-1779 (made), Wool and silk, handwoven, silver, gold.  A man's coat of white wool, appliquéd with ivory silk ribbon, embroidered in silver and silver-gilt thread and spangles with blue silk and silver buttons

Coat, Britain, 1770-1779 (made), Wool and silk, handwoven, silver, gold. A man's coat of white wool, appliquéd with ivory silk ribbon, embroidered in silver and silver-gilt thread and spangles with blue silk and silver buttons

Winter Costume of Peter I  Russia (?). Between 1710 and 1725	 Broadcloth, galloon, beaver fur, damask and wool; l.: caftan 119, camisole 95.5 cm (c) The State Hermitage Museum

Winter Costume of Peter I Russia (?). Between 1710 and 1725 Broadcloth, galloon, beaver fur, damask and wool; l.: caftan 119, camisole 95.5 cm (c) The State Hermitage Museum

Formal coat of Sir Thomas Kirkpatrick. |c. 1720, British, West Country broadcloth (wool); Silver thread, England. ©Kathleen Cohen [A little later than Queen Anne era, but not much different from men's frock coats of ca. 1710]

Formal coat of Sir Thomas Kirkpatrick. |c. 1720, British, West Country broadcloth (wool); Silver thread, England. ©Kathleen Cohen [A little later than Queen Anne era, but not much different from men's frock coats of ca. 1710]

Stunning detail: Nobleman's frockcoat, 1745-50 Scotland Detail on men's costume?

Stunning detail: Nobleman's frockcoat, 1745-50 Scotland Detail on men's costume?

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