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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Notice anything interesting about the jacket?

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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    It looks like the jacket doesn't have a lining.

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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    The cool cuffs

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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Quote Originally Posted by figheadair View Post
    Notice anything interesting about the jacket?
    It's gotta tag on it?

    I don't know if its the picture, but it looks really small. Is there a way to close it? I don't see buttons or even ties.

    Any pics of the rear?
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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick the DSM View Post
    It's gotta tag on it?
    Fail

    I don't know if its the picture, but it looks really small. Is there a way to close it? I don't see buttons or even ties.
    It must be the picture. I guess it would fit a 36-38 which would have been a reasonable Medium back then. Ref the buttons - see para 2 of #4.

    Any pics of the rear?
    Yep, and the inside but that's not the point of the question. There's one very obvious feature.

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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    It has a tie down for the upper half of the plaid on the left shoulder. Sorry, I don't have a better name for it.

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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Heath I remember something similar in this picture of Rob Roy. These are the only two examples of this I have ever seen other than the contemporary ones you see now on jackets.


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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick the DSM View Post
    It's gotta tag on it?
    That isnt the washing instructions?????

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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Quote Originally Posted by figheadair View Post
    Notice anything interesting about the jacket?
    It would appear that the front is bias-cut and the back is straight. Is it one continuous piece with no side seam?
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    Re: Regency Jacket Style

    Quote Originally Posted by Ancienne Alliance View Post
    I'm getting such an outfit made for me right now.

    It should be completed in a few days.


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