John Hurt "James Graham, Marquess of Montrose" Costume fro...
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DescriptionJohn Hurt "James Graham, Marquess of Montrose" Costume from Rob Roy (United Artists, 1995). Original (8) piece period costume including (1) Embroidered palm motif collarless long jacket with elaborate brocade and gold bullion thread embellishment at button cuffs, 2-hip flap pockets and button front closure, (1) long button front crimson and gold brocade vest, (1) linen pullover tunic with lace up v-neck, (1) pair of matching crimson satin pantaloons, (1) white linen and lace ascot, (1) black pleated tie (1) pair of ivory stockings and (1) pair of black leather buckle shoes. A principal example of the remarkable opulent period dress worn by the villainous Montrose (Hurt)
in the biographical, historical drama. In Fine, production used condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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