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Sleeve, F, British, 1650-1675, embroidered linen
Textile, bodice, woven cotton, silk embroidery, India, ca. 1855-1879
Small circular pin badge with a "Smiley Face" printed on fluorescent orange ground; laminated paper, cardboard, metal
Girl's medieval style pantomime costume, cream silk satin, with gold braid decoration. Associated with the Prince Littler pantomimes, originally owned by his wardrobe supervisor Maie Rogers, ca.1930. Given by Chris Langford.
Long-sleeved t-shirt, cotton jersey with black, brown, beige and cream stripes, cut with round neck, wide sleeves at shoulder seams, narrowing to wrist.
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.
Book jacket for 'His Guardian Angel' by Charles Garvice, published by Wright & Brown. Great Britain, ca. 1911.
Book jacket for 'The Girl from Nowhere' by Maysie Greig. Great Britain, 1946.
Book jacket for 'If sorrow follows after' by Dorothy Black. Great Britain, 1943.
Book jacket for 'Murder Limps By' by T. Arthur Plummer. Great Britain, 1943.
Book jacket for 'Sing a Song of Sydney' by Rosemary Rees. Great Britain, 1938.
Book jacket for 'A Month of Summer' by Allen Wells. Great Britain, 1935.
Book jacket for 'Midnight Murder' by Donald Stuart. Great Britain, 1935.
Blue woollen winter coat and matching hat for a young girl, made by Heatonex in the 1950s
baby’s cream dress with pin tucks and lace trimmed Peter Pan collar, probably handmade, 1950s
girl's charcoal grey suit with jacket with Peter Pan collar and white cuffs and pleated skirt, 1950s
Wedding dress, muslin embroidered with cotton, England, ca. 1807
Fashion illustration by Erin Petson
Red, green and blue tartan dress, by Eltain Wear, UK, c1957.
A-line shift dress, size 2, made by Angela's PENNY FARTHINGS, UK, ca.1965
Dress for a girl, homemade for the rose queen festival, worn 1958 in Egerton, Greater Manchester, England.
[cloak] floral full length ceremonial dress made for a Rose Queen Festival procession, 1958, Egerton, Greater Manchester.
Caraco jacket, made of Chinese silk, design of chrysanthemums in polychrome on yellow ground, France, late 18th century.
muslin embroidered in coloured silks
Cardigan and hat, grey and black knitted cotton with scrollwork pattern, Vivenne Westwood, Britain, ca. 1995.
Suit, tweed tartan jacket, checked wool trousers and wool waistcoat, Vivienne Westwood, Britain, ca. 1995.
Suit, red velvet jacket and waistcoat, olive wool trousers and mustard cotton blend shirt, Romeo Gigli, designed in Italy, made in Switzerland, 1997.
Cap of silk trimmed with lace, Moravia, 19th century
Embroidered cotton collar lined with cotton and silk and edged with lace, Moravia, 1900-1940
Childrens hospital set
Children's hospital set, made by Crescent Toys, England, 1950s.
Waistcoat, single-breasted, grey cloth, ca. 1967.
Jeans, blue denim, Levi's 501, United States, 1993; part of Gay style outfit, UK, 1990s.
Belt, black leather with metal buckle, Great Britain, 1990; part of Gay style outfit, UK, 1990s.
Waistcoat, leather, with shot synthetic fibre back, Great Britain, 1994; part of Gay style outfit, UK, 1990s.
Shirt, checked cotton, Anvil, Great Britain, 1994; part of Gay style outfit, UK, 1990s.
Pair of socks
Pair of socks, cream wool, Great Britain, 1994; part of Gay style outfit, UK, 1990s.
Western-style hat, felt with feather trim. American, United States, 1993-1994.
Theatrical ensemble of open over-gown, waistcoat, shirt, gown, belt, chain, bag and sash, worn by Henry Irving as Shylock in 'The Merchant of Venice', at the Lyceum under his own management in 1879. Costume designed by Sir John Gilbert.
Theatrical costume of cloak, tunic, stockings and belt, worn by H. B. Irving as Hamlet, in the scene of Hamlet's confrontation with the Ghost, 1905. Costumes designed by Tom Heslewood.
Wrap-over sleeved tunic with a few detached beads, worn by Samuel Phelps as Hamlet, 1850/60.
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 ensemble of doublet, two cloaks, breeches, two lace collars and a pair of boots worn by Henry Irving as Charles I in the 1879 revival of the 1872 production of 'Charles I' by W.G. Wills, 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, single glove and shoes worn by Henry Irving as Robert Macaire in "Robert Macaire", 1883 and 1888.
Theatrical ensemble of coat, waistcoat and trousers, worn by Henry Irving as Jingle in 'Pickwick' by James Albery, 1871.
Signed print by Kevin Cummins of Bob Marley in concert, late 1970s.
Waistcoat for a Tibetan Monk, brocaded wool lined with silk, Tibet, early 20th century
A bright watercolour print of a scene from the ballet 'La Boutique Fantasque', Harry Beard Collection.
A bright watercolour print of a scene from the ballet 'Tricorne' inscribed Elthelbert White, Harry Beard Collection.
An engraving showing three masked figures in costume, two male and one female, Harry Beard Collection.
Photographic negative, unknown man in striped shirt and cowboy boots playing a guitar, photographed by Harry Hammond, England
Dress bodice of silk, England, silk woven in 1740s, bodice made in 1840s
Waistcoat of embroidered silk, possibly made in England or France, 1790-1800
Collar for a child
Cap for a child
F, blue silk satin, 1930s, Britain, dressing gown
F, white linen petticoat with lace hem, ca. 1955
Banyan and waistcoat
Plain linen petticoat with tucks
wax; Fashion, English, 1890
For a child: white cotton bodice with pale blue cotton skirt, made in the UK about 1850
Raspberry-coloured figured silk, with a long full skirt and elaborate sleeves (for a teenage girl); England, 1830
Cream-coloured satin, with a long skirt, square neck and puffed sleeves; trimmed with cream-coloured braid and lace; England, ca. 1887
For a girl: white muslin with pink ribbon slotted through at waist; England, 1895
For a girl: white muslin, with a high waisted bodice; England, about 1816
Boy's brown silk suit with buff waistcoat, made in England ca 1700-1740