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View A with the front partially down.  It goes further down but in this pic the back ties are holding it up.

View A with the front partially down. It goes further down but in this pic the back ties are holding it up.

How to tie a cravat (Regency-era neckcloth.)

How to tie a cravat (Regency-era neckcloth.)

Two Nerdy History Girls: Working Clothes for 1800

Two Nerdy History Girls: Working Clothes for 1800

Early Regency French "Merveilleuses" caraco - late 18c

Early Regency French "Merveilleuses" caraco - late 18c

Cross-over drop front dress. Sold by VIntage Textile

Cross-over drop front dress. Sold by VIntage Textile

The shirt (rubakha) was always the basis of man’s costume. The traditional Russian shirt was of knee-length and had a vent at the neckband – it could be either in the middle of the chest, or on one side

The shirt (rubakha) was always the basis of man’s costume. The traditional Russian shirt was of knee-length and had a vent at the neckband – it could be either in the middle of the chest, or on one side

18th Century shirt pattern

18th Century shirt pattern

Renaissance Partlet

Renaissance Partlet

1795 Abiti Antichi. "Corpetto in taffetà marezzato rosa scuro. Manca di uno dei due pannellini frontali." Google translate: "Bodice Taffeta marbled pink. Missing one of the two small panels front."

1795 Abiti Antichi. "Corpetto in taffetà marezzato rosa scuro. Manca di uno dei due pannellini frontali." Google translate: "Bodice Taffeta marbled pink. Missing one of the two small panels front."

: A whitework embroidered open robe, circa 1785-95, embroidered with floral sprigs, the 3/4 length sleeves with latticed blind tuck pleating, un-boned English back, short front closing bodice panels, side ties to waist, trained skirt Condition Report: Good condition, extra small tri-angular section of cotton has been added to the centre back by the original owner who presumably put on weight, otherwise original and un-altered , a couple of small rust spots, good condition

: A whitework embroidered open robe, circa 1785-95, embroidered with floral sprigs, the 3/4 length sleeves with latticed blind tuck pleating, un-boned English back, short front closing bodice panels, side ties to waist, trained skirt Condition Report: Good condition, extra small tri-angular section of cotton has been added to the centre back by the original owner who presumably put on weight, otherwise original and un-altered , a couple of small rust spots, good condition

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