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RARE GEORGIAN SILVER 1789 MASONIC KTP KNIGHTS TEMPLAR PRIEST STAR BREAST JEWEL.

RARE GEORGIAN SILVER 1789 MASONIC KTP KNIGHTS TEMPLAR PRIEST STAR BREAST JEWEL.

Helmet. 1811-12, London, England. This helmet fashioned from silver and gilt is an extravagant piece. This type of helmet was introduced for cavalry soldiers in the Napoleonic wars. A wolf, a symbol of ferocity, sits on top of the helmet.

Helmet. 1811-12, London, England. This helmet fashioned from silver and gilt is an extravagant piece. This type of helmet was introduced for cavalry soldiers in the Napoleonic wars. A wolf, a symbol of ferocity, sits on top of the helmet.

A rare extant Holland cotton lady's summer coat, circa 17905, Kerry Taylor Auctions				  										  									  								     							   							  							  								  									  										Lot 82: A rare Holland cotton lady's summer coat, circa A rare Holland cotton lady's summer coat, circa 1790

A rare extant Holland cotton lady's summer coat, circa 17905, Kerry Taylor Auctions Lot 82: A rare Holland cotton lady's summer coat, circa A rare Holland cotton lady's summer coat, circa 1790

Textile (Habit à la disposition), 1760-75, French, silk, paper. This rare flat textile documents the manner in which valuable men's embroidered waistcoats were produced. The embroidery was worked on the textile in the shape of the right front, left chest, left pocket & buttons, before the fabric was cut & fashioned into a garment. Due to limited loom width in 18th century, economical use of the narrow textiles resulted in the left pocket commonly embroidered apart from the left chest panel.

Textile (Habit à la disposition), 1760-75, French, silk, paper. This rare flat textile documents the manner in which valuable men's embroidered waistcoats were produced. The embroidery was worked on the textile in the shape of the right front, left chest, left pocket & buttons, before the fabric was cut & fashioned into a garment. Due to limited loom width in 18th century, economical use of the narrow textiles resulted in the left pocket commonly embroidered apart from the left chest panel.

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