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Book jacket for 'Singing Uphill' by Oliver Sandys. Great Britain, 1940.
Book jacket for 'The Sweeping Tide' by Anne Duffield. Great Britain, 1940.
Book jacket for a romantic novel entitled 'Red Ashes' by Margaret Pedlar. Great Britain, 1938.
Book jacket for 'The Ogre of Bandit Roost' by Harrison Conrard. Great Britain, 1938.
Book jacket for 'Steel Blade' by Simon Dare. Great Britain, 1935.
Book jacket for 'Two with a Light' by H. E. Reves, published by Hutchinson. Great Britain, 1934.
Breeches-style trousers in plain orange fabric for a boy by the Wizard of Oz, 1970s
breeches style trousers for a boy in fabric printed with elephants, by the Wizard of Oz, 1970s
Breeches, nylon velvet and cotton, designed by Yasutaka Funakoshi at Alice Auaa, Japan, 21st century
Riding breeches of cotton knit, made by Dunn & Co., Great Britain, ca. 1909
Gold plated stock pin, made by Primor, Great Britain, 1994
Cotton stock, Bernard Weatherill, London, 1994
Wool-cotton shirt, Bernard Weatherill, London, 1993
Wool melton slip waistcoat, Bernard Weatherill, London, 1975
Pair of boots
Pair of brown leather 'short' lace-up boots, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Pair of flashes
Pair of flashes, violet wool, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Pair of socks
Pair of socks, green knitted wool, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Tie, blue paisley silk, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Man's shirt, white and blue checked cotton, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Man's shooting jacket, green and purple checked wool tweed, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Man's cap, green and purple checked wool tweed, Great Britian, Hackett, 1996
Suit, metallic silver polyester and spandex blend dress shirt, imitation fur breeches and grey wool jacket with floral pattern, Vivienne Westwood, England, 1998.
Green moleskin plus-two-and-a-halfs, Cordings, part of fishing outfit, Great Britain, 1996.
Rain choker, green cotton towelling, Barbour, part of fishing outfit, Great Britain, 1996.
Green cotton waistcoat, Barbour, part of fishing outfit, Great Britain, 1996.
Pair of socks, yellow-and-brown Shetland wool, Cordings, part of fishing outfit, Great Britain, 1996.
Jumper, brown/orange knitted wool, Cordings, part of fishing outfit, Great Britain, 1996.
Shirt, checked cotton and wool, Cordings, part of fishing outfit, Great Britain, 1996.
Painting, oil on canvas showing two young boys asleep, 'Our Boys', attributed to a follower of William Harold Cubley, UK, ca. 1880.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, hat, breeches and boots, worn by Henry Irving in the role of Lesurques, in C. Reade and T. Taylor's 'The Lyons Mail', 1877.
Theatrical ensemble of tunic, underdoublet, tights, boots, armhole cloak, mantle and sections of fur worn by Henry Irving as Hamlet, 1874, at the Lyceum under Colonel Bateman's management.
[breeches] Pair of black sateen trunks or shorts. Gathered into the waistband. The fly-front closing with four buttons. With six further buttons on the waistband. All buttons are metal and are stamped 'Best Ring Edge'.
Theatrical ensemble of doublet, breeches, boots and tights, worn by Henry Irving as Benedick in 'Much Ado About Nothing', 1882.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat and breeches worn by Henry Irving's double in 'The Bells' by Leopold Lewis, 1871, at the Lyceum, under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical costume, consisting of doublet and breeches, to be worn under armour, by Henry Irving as Charles I in 'Charles I' by W.G. Wills, 1872, at the Lyceum under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical ensemble of cloak, jacket, breeches and baldric worn by Henry Irving as Charles I in 'Charles I' by W.G. Wills, 1872, at the Lyceum under the Batemans' management.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat, breeches, hankerchief and small leather case, worn by Henry Irving as Robert Landry in the Prologue to 'The Dead Heart' by Watts Phillips, 1889 at the Lyceum, under Irving's management.
Theatrical ensemble of frock coat, waistcoat and breeches, worn by Sir Henry Irving in 'Robespierre' by V. Sardou, 1899
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat, breeches and sword worn by Sir Henry Irving as Doricourt in Mrs Cowley's 'The Belle's Stratagem', at the Lyceum in 1876 under Mrs Bateman's management.
[sword] Thin rapier style sword with separate scabbard (S.2717:5-2010) used by Sir Henry Irving as Doricourt in 'The Belle's Stratagem' (1876)
Boy's brown silk suit with buff waistcoat, made in England ca 1700-1740
Formal suit for a boy
Boy's suit, velveteen jacket, waistcoat and breeches with a satin evening waistcoat, made by Samuel Brothers of Ludgate Hill, England ,1880-1890
Miniature cloth doll representing a negro man, dressed in 18th century style (pink coat, black breeches, white stockings white and gold brocade waistcoat)
Wood with painted facial features, outer limbs and black hair; dressed in pink waistcoat,silk tie, grey breeches, dark blue coat; made in Germany, ca. 1900
Boy's breeches of buff coloured animal skin; made in the UK, 1770-1800
Costume for Prince Galitzky? Konchak worn by Boris Christoff in Borodin's opera Prince Igor. Breeches of royal blue panne velvet with woven yellow stripe.
Breeches for a Beater in scene 3 of Petipa's ballet The Sleeping Princess designed by Leon Bakst, Diaghilev Ballet, 1921.
Pantaloons for an unidentified dancer in Massine's opera/ballet L'Astuzzi feminili designed by Jose-Maria Sert, Diaghilev Ballet, 1920.
Costume for a Page in Fokine's ballet Le Pavillon d'Armide, Diaghilev Ballet, 1909.
Breeches for unidentified character in Fokine's ballet Scheherazade, Diaghlev Ballet, 1910. Voluminous trousers with ochre cotton top and gold sateen legs gathered into a gold braid band at the ankle.
Costume for Pierrot in Michel Carré's wordless play L'Enfant Prodigue, Arts Theatre, 1929.
Sepia print of portrait proportions: 2 boys in period costume (plumed hats, satin coats and breeches, beribboned shoes; England, 1880-99
Photographer: R.W.Cartwright & Co./ 63 NORTH STREET/ BRIGHTON; Sepia tint; English, late 19th century
Glove puppet of Mr Punch with carved and painted face, legs and shoes and fur fabric hair. He wears a stuffed red and green woollen fabric hat, an olive green robe and black knee breeches. He has a large red cotton ruff and cuffs and a green-fringed 'belt' at waist height. The lower legs are painted orange and the shoes are painted black.
Glove puppet Devil for a Kasperltheater show, the head, horns, hands and lower legs in carved and painted wood, the face and hands brown and the horns and fangs cream, with a brown cloth tongue extending from its mouth. Wearing a black outfit, the shirt-front trimmed with three strips of yellow cotton tape, the sleeves and breeches trimmed with strips of black cotton tape edged in blue thread.
Glove puppet Gentleman in a night shirt for a Kasperltheater show, the head, nightcap and hands in carved and painted wood. Wearing a white cotton shirt and black woollen knee-breeches, torn at the knees. Lacking legs.
'Revue Rétrospective....L'Arcadie'. Satirical print of a donkey dressed in coat and breeches in the French parliament. Hand-coloured lithograph, France, 1870-1871.
'Petit'. Late 19th century illustration of a man in eighteenth century outdoor dress with brown coat and blue-and-white striped breeches and gaiters.