Officer's coat or "justaucorps" c. 1690
Officer's justaucorps of the last decade of the 17th century, at the time of the Nine Years War (1689-1698), the one in the pics is of Irish jacobite Antrim's regiment, but any army or unit can be recreated in this style. Made of superfine wool cloth, lined with silk taffeta or twill, buttoholes worked in silk or metal thread, buttons gilt or silvered. Carefully reconstructed from original civilian specimen preserved in various museums (notably Victoria & Albert, Manchester Costume Gallery, and Stockholm Livrustkammaren) and by comparison with the private and NCOs coats preserved in the Armémuseum. It can be made by standard sizes or to measure.