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Coat

Identifier: 1996.437.18 · Date: 1880 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

A coat or tunic of green silk; high waist and collar, long narrow sleeves with two silk covered buttons at each cuff; eight silk covered buttons on right front, another on collar. Lined throughout ...

Lothian & Border Horse Yeomanry trooper’s tunic, WW1

Identifier: 1997.415 · Date: 1914=1917 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Lothian & Border Horse WW1 private`s tunic with badges & cord

The volunteers of the Lothians served overseas during the period 1914-18. Many of the regiment's original complement were promoted int...

East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry officer’s tunic

Identifier: 1996.437.10 · Date: =1837c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

uniform of red felt, cut high to rear, high collar, `waistcoat` front, long sleeves; black felt cuffs, collar, epaulettes with silver braids in trefoil loops; linked steel rings on epaulettes; 3 x ...

Towel

Identifier: 1996.437.5 · Date: 1846c=1900c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

cream coarse linen towel cut from bedsheet, crudely hemmed edge adjacent to finished side, remaining two edges ragged; on hem corner there are two indian ink crosses, and the name `HUME`; pink stit...

Underbodice

Identifier: 1829 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

cream camisole with Broderie Anglaise along top in simple floral design, plain at bottom edge, back stud fastening, satin ribbon straps, later adjustments made

Underbodice

Identifier: 1828 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

cream camilsole with Broderie Anglaise throughout, top edge scalloped, side fastening with studs, cotton tape straps

Handkerchief

Identifier: 1817 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

plain, square, white man`s handkerchief

Handkerchief

Identifier: 1841 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

white linen square with scalloped edges and two frill borders following the shape of the edge, `HS` embroidered in one corner

Bag

Identifier: 1830 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

rectangular linen bag, six ties at open end, initials `EMD II` embroidered at top edge

Bedspread

Identifier: 2592 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

double bedspread of cream linen embroidered with a stylised floral design in pinks, blues, greens, purple, orange and black, design has two central ovals with scalloped edges inside a large rectang...