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Mourning dress (once black, now faded) worn by Queen Victoria to her first Privy Council on June 20, 1837, the day of her accession to the throne. Scanned from In Royal Fashion by Kay Staniland

Mourning dress (once black, now faded) worn by Queen Victoria to her first Privy Council on June 20, 1837, the day of her accession to the throne. Scanned from In Royal Fashion by Kay Staniland

A dress made of barege, which is a light and somewhat sheer wool and silk fabric blend seen in outerwear during the Crinoline period.

A dress made of barege, which is a light and somewhat sheer wool and silk fabric blend seen in outerwear during the Crinoline period.

Circa 1837-1840 Cream Silk and Linen Wedding or Evening Gown with Satin Trim.

Circa 1837-1840 Cream Silk and Linen Wedding or Evening Gown with Satin Trim.

GIRL'S DAY DRESS & PELERINE, 1837-1840  Cream cotton w/ stylized floral print in turquoise, brick red & yellow w/ black outlines, sleeve tops ruched, piped bodice, double layer pelerine, B 31", Hi W 25", L 45",

GIRL'S DAY DRESS & PELERINE, 1837-1840 Cream cotton w/ stylized floral print in turquoise, brick red & yellow w/ black outlines, sleeve tops ruched, piped bodice, double layer pelerine, B 31", Hi W 25", L 45",

Muslin dress, c. 1845  The ideal 1840s woman was a delicate being. She was innocent, modest, sensitive to etiquette, possessed of softly rounded shoulders and had a demure gaze. This 1840s dress, made from diaphanous white cotton muslin edged with bobbin lace, suggests these qualities.

Muslin dress, c. 1845 The ideal 1840s woman was a delicate being. She was innocent, modest, sensitive to etiquette, possessed of softly rounded shoulders and had a demure gaze. This 1840s dress, made from diaphanous white cotton muslin edged with bobbin lace, suggests these qualities.

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