Stukeley costume in the play Beverley, created by P. N. Sarrazin in 1777 for the theater in Nantes. (1779)
Frock coat with fixed bavaroises, trimmed with zig-zag buttonholes, bordered with a cordon of fur or of braid. Saxon collar, sleeves with a large parement of a color that contrasts with the Frock coat; the middle of the parement is cut by a band of fur or braid.
Vest with little basques; the edges and the pockets indicated with braid. Kerchief knotted en cravate. Large English Hat, the edges held up with piano gances, coming to the outside.
Ribbed silk stockings; d'Artois shoes. The two watches, indicated by a gold cord and a steel chain, with plates or bezels of puce.