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Short sleeved wool shirt worn by the actress Zena Dare (1887-1975) in the title role of Peter Pan by J.M.Barrie (1860-1937), ca. 1907
Fitted blouse, with long shaped collar, and gathered sleeves supported with shoulder pads, with deep double cuffs each fastening with single covered button. Fastening centre-front with twelve covered buttons.
Costume design by Nick Ormerod checked trench coat and trilby with yellow collar and blue bow tie for Cheek By Jowl's As You Like It, 1991 (tours 1991-1992 and 1994-1995)
Costume design by Nick Ormerod of dress with collar for a character in Cheek by Jowl's The Duchess of Malfi,1995
Photograph of a boy with a bicycle, British, about 1910
Studio photograph of a child, mounted on card, British, 1880-1900
Photograph of two girls in matching dresses, British, photographer unknown, about 1910 - 1920
Studio photograph of a child, Studio unknown, England, c. 1900-1920
Photograph of a child in jester fancy dress, British, early 20th century
Studio photograph of a girl in white dress, Chesney Ltd, London, c 1918
Clown Costume worn by the comedian Harry Tate (1872-1940) (Ronald Macdonald Hutchinson). Cream silk satin ground decorated with a pattern of grapes and vines and embellished with beads and sequins. ca. 1890
Photograph of three boys, by H. Andrews, albumen print, England, 1870s
Diamond necklace in the form of a choker composed of twenty square panel links
Book jacket for 'Mischief in the Wind' by Isabel Clarke. Great Britain, 1938.
Boy's orange patterned shirt made by Chilprufe in the 1970s
Blue linen child's coat by Chilprufe, 1950s
Pink linen child's coat by Chilprufe, 1950s
girl’s blue wool three piece winter suit with coat leggings and hat, by Modistyle, 1950s
Red Scottie dog plastic handbag for a girl, c.1960s
baby's 3 piece suit in blue printed cotton with bolero jacket, apron and dungarees, by Lindsay Maid, 1950s
girl's red velvet dress with white Peter Pan collar by Greenways, 1950s
girl's charcoal grey suit with jacket with Peter Pan collar and white cuffs and pleated skirt, 1950s
girl's small short sleeved patterened blouse with Peter Pan collar, mainly cream, by Pirouette (Peter de Gara Company Ltd.), 1950s
girl's cream short sleeved blouse with Peter Pan collar, 1950s
girl’s cream flocked dress with lace collar and underdress, probably handmade, 1950s
Boys Sailor Suit
Boy's sailor suit, a 'white drill knicker suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Shorts] Boy's sailor suit shorts, part of a 'white drill knicker suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Shirt] Boy's sailor suit shirt, part of a 'white drill knicker suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Flannel Front] Boy's sailor suit flannel front, part of a 'white drill knicker suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Braces] Boy's sailor suit braces, part of a 'white drill knicker suit', made in England in the 1920s
Boy's sailor suit, a 'boy's drill trouser suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Trousers] Boy's sailor suit trousers, part of a 'boy's drill trouser suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Shirt] Boy's sailor suit shirt, part of a 'boy's drill trouser suit', made in England in the 1920s
[Braces] Boy's sailor suit braces, part of a 'boy's drill trouser suit', made in England in the 1920s
Short dress, cotton printed with large-scale stylised paisley and floral design in brown, beige, yellow on a blue ground, with white turn-down collar, fastening centre-front with brass buttons beneath placket.
Short raincoat or smock, beige PVC, designed by Mary Quant (unlabelled) c.1964
Boy's blue shirt with two breast pockets and stitched detailing. Bought by the donor between 1974 and 1982.
Boy's blue velour shirt with stiffened cuffs and collar in a striped pattern. Bought by the donor between 1974 and 1982.
Boy's shirt, patterned with a checked print. Bought by the donor between 1974 and 1982.
Boy's nylon shirt, patterned with a geometric print. Bought by the donor between 1974 and 1982.
'Living marionette' of a Guardsman wearing a red jacket with cream collar decorated with metal insignia and brass buttons, with black trousers with red stripes down each side. Headless puppet with carved wooden body and four metal rods for manipulation. Used by a travelling showman with a tabletop theatre, ca.1890, using his head or that of his fellow performer as a talking head. Given by Michael Andrews.
Sepia photograph of Ernest Freelaud.
Black and white studio photograph of Mydhope Pascoe.
Sepia studio photograph of James Pascoe, aged around 3.
Watercolour sketch of Marion Pascoe wearing dress, standing in front of a window, aged around 12.
Jacket or cardigan, F, ski wear, knitted with dyed seal front, fastening with buckles, Och, Switzerland, 1930s
Two piece romper suit in blue linen, fastening around the middle with buttons, probably England, 1947.
Two piece button together buster suit for a young boy, manufacturered under the Utility scheme by Tick-a-Tee Kiddies Wear, 1948.
Original He said She said drawing by Daisy de Villeneuve, 2001
Boy's shirt of a brown cotton jersey, long and slim line with a long and pointed collar opening to the mid chest with four brown plastic buttons, long sleeves with cuffs and a button to fasten each, 100% cotton, made in Hong Kong, 1970s.
Boy's shirt, white ground with a repeating pattern of a baseball match in muted browns and yellow, in a polyester and viscose mix, made by Jon Wood in Taiwan, 1970s.
Boy's shirt, pale grey colour with a repeating leaf and spot pattern, in a polyester and viscose mix, made by Jon Wood in Taiwan, 1970s.
Boy's shirt, dark blue poly cotton with decorative red buttons and stitching detail and a rounded spoon collar, made by Hamilton Luxutious, England, 1970s.
Boys polo shirt
Boy's polo shirt, mustard / gold coloured polyester long sleeved style for a young boy of about 4 years old, made in England by St Martin, 1970s.
Boy's polo shirt in a single knitted jersey with stripes in dark blues, greens, white, red and yellow, made in Hong Kong, 1970s.
Boy's jacket, padded and lined racing-style made of black nylon with white stripes, upturned collar and zip details, made in England, 1970s.
Soft toy knitted golly and clothes hand-made in England in the early 1930s
Coat, silk with white and red floral pattern, by Prada, italy, A/W 1995
Boy's blue t-shirt, Polo by Ralph Lauren, 2011
Puppet representing Pantaloon, made by Christopher Leith for Harlequinade! in 1967.
Puppet representing Harlequin, made by Christopher Leith for Harlequinade! in 1967.
Boy's short-sleeved checked shirt, Burberry, 2011
White cotton short-sleeved t-shirt for girl aged 12 years, with sequinned sleeves. American Outfitters, 2011. With original merchandising tag and price label.
Fashion illustration, depicting a woman wearing a pleated collar designed by Issey Miyake in 1982, drawn by Hiroshi Tanabe, New York, 2009
Dress, with neckpiece, metallic silver vinyl, designed by Gareth Pugh, Britain, 2011
Shirt and collar, cotton and leather, designed by Yasutaka Funakoshi at Alice Auaa, Japan, 21st century
Shirt, cotton, Romeo Gigli, Italy, ca. 1992
Blouse, silk, Giorgio Armani, Italy, ca. 1988.
Photograph, daguerreotype portrait of a young man, half-length, wearing a high collar and close-fitting jacket, seated on a chair, mounted, glazed and enclosed in a tin container, France, ca. 1840-1870.
Stiff wing collar, made by New & Lingwood, London, 1953
Stiff wing collar, made in Great Britain, 1953
Collar of embroidered silk satin with metallic thread, China, late 19th century
Pattern piece, made by Henry Poole & Co., Great Britain, 1980-1985
Woven silk tie, designed by Mark Powell, London, 1996
Black cotton shirt, designed by Mark Powell, London, 1996
Collar of starched cotton twill, made by Dunn & Co., Great Britain, ca. 1909
White plastic collar pin, made by New & Lingwood, Great Britain, 1989
Cotton wing collar, made by New & Lingwood, Great Britain, 1989
Cotton shirt, Harnack & Co., Calcutta, 1932
Rock and pop costume
A red and black striped poet shirt worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
A white cotton poet shirt with gathered cuffs. The layered neckline, collar and cuffs have been edged with a petal trim, worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
A white cotton poet shirt. The shirt has gathered cuffs and a lace neckline below the collar, worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
White cotton long sleeved shirt with ruffled cuffs, ruffles under the collar and down each side of the buttons, worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
A black cotton v-necked tunic with a white collar and white gauze neckline with gold and silver lines, the collar has four green and white striped ribbons attached to it. Worn by a member of Adam Ant's band.
Red cotton shirt with white polkadots and black sleeves, collar and buttons, worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
A short sleeved shirt with black cotton sleeves and collar. The main body of the shirt has blue and white stripes. Worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
A short sleeved pink and black vertically striped shirt, worn by a member of Adam and the Ants.
Suit, cream wool coat and trousers, cream fur collar, Gianni Versace, Italy, 1998.
[Shirt] M, cream wool, Gianni Versace, A/W 1998-9, Italy
Suit, black linen shirt, grey linen and rayon blend trousers and grey 3/4 length coat, Alexander McQueen, designed in England, made in Italy, 1998.
Coat, periwinkle blue cashmere blend coat with tan embroidery, Alexander McQueen, designed in England, made in Italy, ca. 1995.
Tex, China, 21st century. Dress.
Loose fitting black shirt worn by Gary Tibbs, of Adam and the Ants, on the Stand and Deliver tour.
Poet shirt worn by Gary Tibbs, of Adam and the Ants, in the Prince Charming Revue.
White short sleeved shirt one black and one red patch sewn on the right breast, featuring slogans bleached on to the material. Next to these is a patch featuring the image of Chairman Mao. A Nazi airforce patch is sewn on the collar and on the left breast is a stencilled slogan in black. Worn by Adam Ant in the Kings of the Wild Frontier video. Adam Ant collection.
Evening dress and jacket
Evening dress with white collar and cuffs, and jacket, by Patou, France, 1930s.
Design, fashion drawing, charcoal on paper, mounted on card, mid-section of woman wearing jacket with ruffle detail collar, for 'Tatler and Bystander' magazine, by Frances Chapman-Mortimer, London, 1947-1950.
Design, fashion drawing, pencil on paper, woman in a long length coat wearing a bonnet-style hat, for 'Tatler and Bystander' magazine, by Frances Chapman-Mortimer, London, 1947-1950.
Design, fashion drawing, pencil on paper, woman in dress with cloche-style head piece by Christian Dior, for 'Tatler and Bystander' magazine, by Frances Chapman-Mortimer, London, 1947-1950.
Design, fashion drawing, pencil and chalk/charcoal on paper, woman in an evening gown by Jacques Fath, for 'Tatler and Bystander' magazine, by Frances Chapman-Mortimer, London, 1947-1950.
Jewellery design for dog collar with hanging pendant by Auguste Pageot