1863 Portuguese-made Military uniform at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "This military ensemble of Portuguese make, dates to the Civil War. Cut in the style of the period, its European manufacture suggests the possibility of foreign imports for the North during that time."
Back side view of an Imperial Russian tunic of a War Ministry Officer acting as Aide de Camp on the Tsar's Staff, circa 1907. Collar and cuffs piped white with silver Litzen. Has a matched pair of silver epaulettes, faced in red, with applied gold Nicholas II crowned ciphers and with silver cord adjutant's aiguillette with silver crowns and points.