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Jean-Pierre Bachasson, Comte de Montalivet, who was Napoléon’s Minister of the Interior and a senior member of the Counci l of State, wore this dress coat to Napoléon’s coronation. -Eye of Napoleon

Jean-Pierre Bachasson, Comte de Montalivet, who was Napoléon’s Minister of the Interior and a senior member of the Counci l of State, wore this dress coat to Napoléon’s coronation. -Eye of Napoleon

Coronation dress Alexandra Feodorovna, 1896.

Coronation dress of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, beloved wife of Tsar Nicholas II, Kremlin Museum.

Livery Coat for a Servant of Prince von Metternich  Artist/maker unknown, Austrian  Geography: Made in Austria, Europe Date: 1813-29

Livery Coat for a Servant of Prince von Metternich, Austrian. Dark yellow brushed wool trimmed with wide bands of velvet ribbon trim in cream, yellow, brown and black. Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Livery coat worn by a footman or groom in the service of Austrian statesman Prince Klemens Lothar von Metternich

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Desirée (1954) worn by Marlon Brando as Napoleon Bonaparte by Rene Hubert

A period frock coat and vest worn by Marlon Brando in his portrayal of Napoleon Bonaparte in the 1954 Fox film “Desiree”.

Wedding suit of Gustav III, 1766  From the Royal Armory and Hallwyl Museum

Groom's attire belonging to Gustav III of Sweden, silver and gold embroidery on silk brocade, Royal Armoury collection

Robe a la francaise ca. 1745-50
From the Royal Ontario Museum

Woman's overdress or robe à la française of Chinese floral-painted silk, with petticoat English; Chinese Handpainted silk, edged with lace circa Georgian; Qianlong Made in England of Chinese export fabric

Princess d'Eckmühl Ceremonial Dress and Train, (born Louise-Aimée-Julie Leclerc) Wife of Maréchal Davout.  Worn on the occasion of the imperial wedding. Made from tulle and ivory silk satin, these two items are finely embroidered with gold and platinum thread, featuring flower seedling designs on the central body of the dress and plant wreathes on the borders.

Princess d'Eckmühl Ceremonial Dress and Train, (born Louise-Aimée-Julie Leclerc) Wife of Maréchal Davout. Worn on the occasion of the imperial wedding. Made from tulle and ivory silk satin, these two items are finely embroidered with gold and platinum thread, featuring flower seedling designs on the central body of the dress and plant wreathes on the borders.

There's No Business Like Show Business, Mitzi Gaynor.

There's No Business Like Show Business, Mitzi Gaynor.

1898. Livery coat. London.

A footman (such as Peter pretended to be) was a type of servant who admitted visitors and waited at the table.

CASACA DE TERCIOPELO 1740

Newly conserved blue-grey silk velvet coat at Paxton House. Somehow, my imagination automatically fills this coat with a really impressively hot guy.