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    Allan Ramsay, Rosamund Sargent, 1749

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    John Hoppner portrait of Mrs Williams circa 1790 (Tate Gallery)

    John Hoppner portrait of Mrs Williams circa 1790 (Tate Gallery)

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    Provencal cap

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    c. 1840 bonnet, adjustable tie at back & chin straps. ebay seller lily jean

    1750-1800 Cap - Made from while lawn with an inner brim of heavier cotton. There is no lining. It is hand sewn to a high quality. There is a cotton tape drawstring tying round the neck and evidence of a line of stitching alond the middle of the inside - possibly a gathering thread. There is '73' stitched in red cotton inside back neck. (female)

    Woman's coif. English, late 16th–early 17th century

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    Victorian whitework bonnet

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    Bonnet - 1799-1815

    Cotton cap 1850-60