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Lord Nelson's fall-front breeches from Trafalgar. When he was mortally wounded, they had to be cut off of him.

Lord Nelson's fall-front breeches from Trafalgar. When he was mortally wounded, they had to be cut off of him.

I could have used this image while trying to get Nick out of his breeches. 1790s breeches. Detail of breeches' opening. Natural colour linen. Narrow fall front, fastening with self-covered buttons. Brass buttons at waist (may not be original). Knee fastening with buttons and a strap. Fob pocket on right hand side. Side pockets closed with a button. Typical loose fitting at the back.

I could have used this image while trying to get Nick out of his breeches. 1790s breeches. Detail of breeches' opening. Natural colour linen. Narrow fall front, fastening with self-covered buttons. Brass buttons at waist (may not be original). Knee fastening with buttons and a strap. Fob pocket on right hand side. Side pockets closed with a button. Typical loose fitting at the back.

Abiti del Passato - dettaglio periodo

Abiti del Passato - dettaglio periodo

Worn on Nelson’s Trafalgar uniform, one epaulette has been partially damaged by the shot that killed him

FROM ADMIRAL NELSON TO THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE: THE POWER OF TAILORING

Worn on Nelson’s Trafalgar uniform, one epaulette has been partially damaged by the shot that killed him

LEVIATANO

LEVIATANO

Flag officer's waiscoat 1812.

Flag officer's waiscoat 1812.

Abito in raso, di foggia spagnola, fine XVI-inizio XVII sec.

Abito in raso, di foggia spagnola, fine XVI-inizio XVII sec.

Rear admiral's undress coat worn by Nelson (1758-1805) at the Battle of the Nile in 1798. Blue wool, stand-up collar with non-working buttonholes and two small gilt brass flag officers buttons. The entire coat is lined with white linen, with the exception of the collar, which is lined with silk twill, and the right sleeve. The cuff of the right sleeve features a small black silk loop which was used to secure it to the front buttons of the lapels.

Rear admiral's undress coat worn by Nelson (1758-1805) at the Battle of the Nile in 1798. Blue wool, stand-up collar with non-working buttonholes and two small gilt brass flag officers buttons. The entire coat is lined with white linen, with the exception of the collar, which is lined with silk twill, and the right sleeve. The cuff of the right sleeve features a small black silk loop which was used to secure it to the front buttons of the lapels.

Breeches | American | The Met

Breeches | American | The Met

Horatio, Lord Nelson (29 September 1758–21 October 1805).  Portrait by John Hoppner (ca. 1823)

Horatio, Lord Nelson (29 September 1758–21 October 1805). Portrait by John Hoppner (ca. 1823)

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