Pattern for an 1809 Brown Wool Gown In the Collection of the Missouri Historical Society (1954.121.24). Apron front skirt, CF opening bodice. Square neck, regular back and SB pieces, straight shoulder straps. Sleeve straight and piece. (Elbow length? Looks short.) 3 26" skirt panels, 1" deep pleats every .75". One .5" tuck 2.5" from hem. CF skirt drawstring, ties over bodice.
Dress, circa 1820.
Dress, 1805. From "Practical II costume " by Emma of Siechart, published in 1926
Costume Parisien 1813: Habit de Drap. Gilet de Piqué. Pantalon de Nankin.
Damenmantel, 1815 Olivgrüner Seidentaft Rocklänge 119 cm Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien. Inv.-Nr. M 3.872
Roller Print Trained Dress - 1790's Gathered neckline with linen tape ties. Three corded rows down the elbow length sleeves, the sides of the dress have slits (possibly for pockets). Inside of bodice lined with linen and bustle pad attached. Possibly British? Meg Andrews Antique Costume & Textiles