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Waistcoat Waistcoat

Hard tartan waistcoat lined with white cotton and backed with black cotton, part of a kilt suit once belonging to Andrew Clark c. 1815 - 1820

Waistcoat Waistcoat

Waistcoat in pale blue rep silk, with a standing collar and embroidered, part of court suit said to have been worn by W. Boswell on George IV's visit to Edinburgh in 1822: British, 1822

Waistcoat, man's Waistcoat, man's

Man's waistcoat, in black wool cloth, part of an evening suit H.TI 23 A-C, with a low oval shaped neckline, centre front fastening with four black buttons, a welt pocket at each side of front, black silk back, lined with white silk, made by Marshall and Aitken, Edinburgh for Mr J.R. Jamieson: Scottish, Edinburgh, c. 1920s

Waistcoat Waistcoat

Waistcoat, part of a suit of Highland dress belonging to William Blackhall of Blackfaulds and worn during King George IV's visit to Edinburgh in 1822

Waistcoat / livery suit, coachman's Waistcoat / livery suit, coachman's

Man's waistcoat of red face cloth with woven braiding, part of a coachman's livery suit: English, 1760

Waistcoat, man's / suit Waistcoat, man's / suit

Man's waistcoat of pale blue corded silk, brocaded in coloured silk in shades of green, blue and pink and silver thread with a large exotic flower design, part of a suit. British, c. 1735.

Waistcoat, man's Waistcoat, man's

Waistcoat of black broadcloth, short with a standing collar, two pockets and a white cotton lining, part of a gentleman's costume worn by Thomas Coutts: probably English, c. 1800 - 1810

Waistcoat Waistcoat

Woman's quilted waistcoat or jumps, in linen embroidered in red silk with a fish-scale like pattern, figures wearing turbans, cranes and floral sprays, low v-neckline at front, broad shoulder straps with eyelets for fastening front to back, sleeveless, centre front fastening with three linen ties, hip-length with flared skirt with slit openings at each side and centre back: possibly English, c. 1730 - 1760

Waistcoat, man's Waistcoat, man's

Man's sleeved waistcoat of yellow silk rep, embroidered with a floral design in silver thread, said to have belonged to Prince Charles Edward Stuart: Scottish, 1727 - 1760

Waistcoat, man's Waistcoat, man's

Man's waistcoat of pale cream silk satin embroidered in Italian quilting, French knots and drawn thread stitches in an exotic flower design: British or German, c. 1730 - 1750

Waistcoat, man's Waistcoat, man's

Man's waistcoat of white twilled linen embroidered in white thread in an exotic flower and strap motif, said to have been worn by Sir Robert Strange: British, c. 1740 - 1750

Waistcoat, man's Waistcoat, man's

Sleeveless under waistcoat of light green flannel with black silk facings, part of a gentleman's costume worn by Thomas Coutts: probably English, c. 1800 - 1810

Waistcoat, man's / jacket, man's Waistcoat, man's / jacket, man's

Man's sleeved waistcoat or short jacket of fine white linen: British, about 1840

Waistcoat, boy's / suit Waistcoat, boy's / suit

Waistcoat from a boy's kilt suit, of blue velvet trimmed with black wool braid: British, c. 1860 - 1870

Waistcoat, boy's Waistcoat, boy's

Waistcoat for a boy's suit of floral patterned uncut brown silk velvet with silk and fustian lining, pockets and vents: British, c. 1760 - 1775

Waistcoat Waistcoat

Man's waistcoat of brown, beige and turquoise wool tartan, single-breasted, fastened with six gilt buttons, designed by Vivienne Westwood and tartan fabric made by Lochcarron of Scotland, mid 1990s

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