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French, c.1810-20, with paler green facecloth linings, lapels with sharp M notches, cut high and square at the waist, horizontally quilted chest panels, narrow kite-shaped back and deep armholes, pocket flaps concealed within the tails; the soft white leather breeches, c.1800-10, with narrow small-fall and bone buttons, the lower legs with extenders for wearing inside boots, mother of pearl buttons; the waistcoat of striped 1780s velvet with high stand collar.

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Greatcoat Place of origin: Britain, United Kingdom (made) Date: ca. 1810 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniq...

BRITISH CONSUL'S LEATHER BREECHES, BOSTON, 1790 Tan buckskin, fall front, brass & self covered buttons, breeches have leather ties at waist & at leg hems, W 30", Inseam 27", (stains) very good. Provenance Thomas McDonogh, appointed first British Consul to New England in 1790.

Trousers Date: 1800–1810 Culture: American Medium: Leather (Buckskin breeches)

Wool knee Breeches CT588 Best quality 'Gentlemans' fall front knee breeches, three button fastening just below the knees, no pockets, available in plain wool colours.

Breeches, leather. 1800-1810. Met museum