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