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1819 Illustration poking fun at the tight pants worn by dandies.

Regency Fashion: Men’s Breeches, Pantaloons, and Trousers

Tight trousers create a dilemma for this dandy, who cannot pick up his handkerchief.

"Indecency", a caricature by Isaac Cruikshank. Published in London by S.W. Fores, 1799.

Indecency by Isaac Cruikshank, The print reflects contemporary public concern over the behaviour of prostitutes.

Or a vaccine.  But if there were, the stupid people would refuse it, because "Google 'research'"….  :/

Retro Nurse Cigarette Case Humor Funny I Wish There Was a Cure for Stupid Nurses Hospital ID Business Card Credit Card Holder Wallet

A caricature of Lady Archer who was a gambler, whose attempts to disguise her aging beauty and hold on to her youth made her a figure of social derision and mockery.

(nÈe West), Lady Archer ('The finishing touch') by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey Rouge Pot!

BELLE EPOQUE BLACK LACE DRESS, c. 1898 Go Back November 13, 2013 - NYC New York City Black battenburg lace trained skirt & jacket: c/o sleeveless jacket (never put together nor lined) & 2 unstitched sleeves, skirt w/o waistband - shown on mannequin w/ pinned waist & w/ 1 of 2 basted & pinned sleeves, excellent as-is.

Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.

Blackness Castle Gate - Scotland

"New" gate to replace the original on another wall, it was installed in Blackness Castle

Blinded by Brilliant Buttons, 1777. The 18th century version of dudes wearing too much cologne

Steel buttons: Coup de Bouton, etching by William Humphrey, c. More info: twonerdyhistorygi.

"Buy my Goose, my Fat Goose" from "Cries of London" by Thomas Rowlandson, 1799.

"Buy my Goose, my Fat Goose" from "Cries of London" by Thomas Rowlandson,

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