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Images Dated 19th July 2006

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Ladys headdress, 1450-1470, (1910) Featured 19 Jul 2006 Image

Ladys headdress, 1450-1470, (1910)

Lady's headdress, 1450-1470, (1910). Female fashion from the reign of Henry VI-Edward IV ((1422-1483). Forked headdress with black velvet ermine-lined cloak with golden fleur-de-lys and lined with blue satin, jewelled morse with pendant chain, parti-coloured super cote-hardi in black velvet with heraldic lion rampant. The panel on the right side is red and green with heraldic quarterings in gold, the cote-hardi is of rich baudekyn with a strong pattern. Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

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Richard II at his devotions, c 1380, (1910) Featured 19 Jul 2006 Image

Richard II at his devotions, c 1380, (1910)

Richard II at his devotions, c 1380, (1910). The young king, (born 1367, ruled 1377-1399), wears the Houppelande (a voluminous gown worn by men and women), with the badge of the white hart sown all over the garment and enclosed in ornamental circles. The morse (fastening) is in the form of a hart with jewelled antlers. Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

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Male and female costume, c1350, (1910) Featured 19 Jul 2006 Image

Male and female costume, c1350, (1910)

Male and female costume, c1350, (1910). The gentleman wears a close-fitting cote-hardi with a large-buckled hip-belt. To this is attached a gypciere (pouch) with a dagger thrust through it. On his legs and feet he wears pointed boots and garters. Over his left shoulder he wears a capuchon (pointed hooded cape) with ornamental bands round the neck and a short liripipe (dangling length of cloth). Illustration from British Costume during 19 Centuries by Mrs Charles H Ashdown, (London, 1910)

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