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Undress coat - cuff detail, Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1825-1827
Undress coat of Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Codrington. Double-breasted tail coat of fine blue wool with two rows of gilt brass buttons (Flag Officer's pattern: outer edge is a raised rope motif which encircles a flat raised border, inside is a crown above a foul anchor above laurel leaves on a lined ground) and a sharply notched roll collar with deep revers and a cut-away front. There are decorative embroidered blue twist button-holes on the lapels. The coat has sleeves 'a la imbecile' with a very full, gathered shoulder narrowing to a tight cuff. At the top of each shoulder are four eyelets used to secure epaulettes
- Image reference: F4835-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London