This is a pattern printed on white bond paper with colored cutting lines that will be mailed to you.
Pattern # 124/125
MENS Late Georgian TAILCOAT 1795 - 1810
Men's Late Georgian Vest 1795 - 1817
WITH 3 COLLAR AND LAPEL OPTIONS
Sizes 34-56 All in the Envelope
Men's Late Georgian Coat 1795-1810:
View A is single breasted with only two buttons meant to be able to be buttoned. There are only three seams in the entire coat body; one at center back and two at the side backs. The sleeves are attached at the natural shoulder and are somewhat long, with the cuffs extending to cover part of the hand. There are two pleats at the back where the tails are attached to the back. The back tails are not stitched to one another but instead overlap. The coat front is cut rather severely back from the waist, a style left over from when men wore swords. The bottom length is to the knee. The coat is fully lined with silk lining in a matching or contrasting color. The upper center back lining is the only piece that is made of muslin. The collar is a very high standing collar with no fall. There are two tail pockets that are accessed from the outside of the coat, and there are pointed flaps that cover the access to the pockets. The sleeve has a simple cuff. View B differs from View A at the front, cuff, pocket flap, and the collar. The front is double breasted with a falling lapel and the fronts are not cut away as far to the hem. The collar, also very high, has a stand and a fall. There is also a different tail pocket flap with a simpler design than View A. The bottom of the front o fView B has two cutting options: One is cut squarely away from the front edge and the other has a rounded cut. The coat uses the same fabric to line the fronts as the outer fashion fabric. The sleeve cuff has a small overlap. The cuffs on the sleeves can be interchangeable and there is a third cuff option that can be used on either coat, call the Mariner's
cuff. The back and the sleeves are the same for both Views.
1795-1817 Mens Vest
This vest is designed to be worn under a coat, specifically Laughing Moon 124. This pattern is based on patterns published in 2 tailoring manuals from the late 18th and early 19th century.
Specifically, those manuals are: The Taylor's (sic) Complete Guide (1796) and The Taylor's Instructor (1809). View A is double breasted, has wide lapels, wide pockets, and is cut straight across the hem. View B is single breasted, has narrow lapels, wide pockets, and is cut straight across the hem. View C is single breasted, has no lapels, wide pockets, and is cut straight across the hem. View D is single breasted, has no lapels and has large scalloped pocket flaps. All views have a very tall collar.
$32.00 Regular Price