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Lady's Monthly Museum, March 1802
|Lady's Monthly Museum (1802)|
This issue claims to have coloured plates, but my copy has been "stripped" (the plates removed to sell individually). The original description of the plates is on page 204 and reads as follows.
Cabinet of Fashion,
WITH ELEGANT COLOURED PLATES.
1. A head-dress of orange velvet, with steel trimmings, and the Cornwallis plume: --an ostrich and a peacock's feather. A dress of white muslin and handkerchief fastened with a large gold chain. Shoes orange velvet, and steel trimmings.
2. A head-dress of white satin, with ostrich feather. The dress white muslin, with girdle and braces on the arms of white satin. Shoes the same.
3.A head-dress of yellow and white persian; the stone in front jasper, with a necklace to correspond. The dress yellow persian, trimmed with yellow ribands.
4. A hat of purple velvet, lined and trimmed with purple feathers.
5. A french [sic] dress. A veil of white muslin, spotted and fringed with gold, over a dress of blue persian.
6. A head-dress of scarlet satin and white muslin, trimmed with beads. The dress of white muslin, with a body and train of scarlet satin, trimmed with black velvet.