|V101 - Riding Suit: 1830's. Ready for a morning ride, our
gentleman wears a dark green single breasted riding coat
(also called a Morning coat). His low cut salmon vest reveals
a white ruffled shirt and white cravat. He wears white
pantaloons tucked inside his black hessian boots (#13) (which
have a gold tassel). He holds a black top hat and a riding
whip. Both hands are posed to hold the aforementioned items.
Choose this costume for a fashionable young man from a
well-to-do family. He has the time to take a liesurely
morning ride, which was a favorite past time in the early
1800's. A similar outfit is worn for hunting, except the
coat is red. This costume is worn by Adam. He wears his
hair fairly short with long sideburns.
$200.00 Options Available
|V102 - Frock Coat: 1840's to 1900's. Our fashionable
gentleman wears a blue frock coat from the 1840's. His
fancy 'silk' vest is gold. Checked trousers were popular
at this time. He wears white gaitors over black shoes (#6) and
carries a walking stick. He smokes a cigar. This costume
is being worn by Nick. He has balding grey hair and long
sideburns. His right hand is posed to hold the cane and
his left hand is posed to point with his forefinger.
|V103 - Long Sack Coat: 1880's. Many fashionable gentlemen
liked the look of this Long Sack Coat. It has 4 buttons
and is worn open showing a khaki vest and windowpane
checked pants. The fashionable man never buttoned more
than the top button! Our gentleman wears a black ascot
tie and a bowler hat. Choose this outfit for bankers,
merchants, doctors, gamblers, mill owners, barkeeps or
even a western town marshall. This costume is worn by
Adam. He has short brown hair and a moustache.
Pointed cheek whiskers (long sideburns) would also be
appropriate to his fashionable look and so is now
included (though not shown).
|V104 - Inverness Coat: 1850's to 1890's. The inverness coat
worn by our well dressed gentleman is a light and dark brown
houndstooth check in a wool blend. He wears dark brown
pants, white shirt with red print ascot. He has a deerstalker
cap. He has black hair combed straight back. His left hand
is in the natural pose. His right hand is posed to hold a pipe.
The pipe is included. He wears brown tie shoes (#9). This
costume is worn by Basil. It is recommended for Sherlock
$165.00 Options Available
|V105 - Chesterfield Overcoat: 1880's. The chesterfield coat
has remained popular to the present. The doll shown wears a
medium grey/brown English wool blend coat. His black pants
have very narrow white stripes. He wears black tie shoes (#9).
His shirt is white and he wears a black bow tie. His hands
are both in the natural pose. His hair is straight with a
moustache turning into sideburns. He wears wire rim glasses.
This costume is worn by Hudson. It is highly recommended for
Dr. Watson (Nigel head) as it coordinates especially well
with the Sherlock Holmes in the Inverness Coat shown above.
Chesterfields were commonly worn in the city and while
|V106 - Tennis/Seaside Coat: 1890's. Our sporty gentleman
wears a black and white striped blazer. His blazer has 3 pockets
and 4 buttons (as was the custom for these blazers). His trousers are white.
He has a white shirt and black four-in-hand tie.
His shoes are white oxfords (#5). This outfit is worn by Adam. He has
curly brown hair with long sideburns. He wears a straw boater hat and
has natural pose hands. Choose this style for a casual summer day
of boating or playing tennis.
|V107 - Store Clerk Outfit: 1900's. Our store clerk wears a
khaki colored apron over a black vest, white shirt and beige
undershirt and black bow tie. By the end of the 19th
century aprons had developed specialized pockets. Our cleck wears beige/white
striped pants and black tie shoes (#9). This costume is worn by
Charles. He has straight hair parted on the side with mutton
chops joining up with his moustache. He has natural pose hands.
(Saw not included). The general store often served as
a community center because this was where the mail was
delivered and they often had the only telephone in the area.
Choose this outfit for a general store clerk or other grocer
and retail clerks. Machinists and carpenters also wore this
|V108 - Nightshirt: 1890's. Our sleepy old gentleman is
ready for bed. He wears a
red and white striped nightshirt. His matching night cap
hides his balding head with snow-white hair. He walks around
in bare feet (#10).
His natural posed hands are holding a candle stick to light
his way (included). This old fashioned nightshirt was still
preferred by more conservative and older gentlemen in the 1890's.
It appears in the 1897 Sears Roebuck Catalogue.
$155.00 Options Available
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