(chaqueta, chaleco y pantalón)1750-60-Inglaterra Material: Vino de color rojo de lana, abrigo, chaleco adornado con galones de oro y los botones envueltos con hilos de oro, chaleco de manga. Un conjunto de chaqueta, chaleco y pantalones que representan el traje típico usado por los hombres durante el siglo 18.
A doublet of the late 1630s had a waistline at the natural level with large flaps or tabs, as they were known, falling below. Typical of the period, are the back seam and seams of the sleeves. They have been deliberately left unstitched to allow the billowing shirt to show through from underneath. Fashions of the 1630s featured a high collar over which the falling band of fine linen and lace could drape becomingly.