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Court Uniform And Dress In The United Kingdom - Men's Court Dress - Detailed Descriptions - New Style Court Dress
... The new style of court dress, worn from the 1840s, comprised a dark, frequently black, cloth (or silk-velvet) single-breasted dress coat (lined with black silk, except for ... The new style is cut like a modern tail coat ... Department issued new regulations for gentlemen at Court ...

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