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  • Moira Redmond as Nessy Forrester wearing a black and gold coat with a fur collar and cuffs in the 1997 mini-series "The Wingless Bird."
    • Tyne Tees Television

    The Wingless Bird

    1997

    Costume seen on Moira Redmond as Nessy Forrester

  • Titanic

    2012

    Costume seen on Joséphine de La Baume as Madame Aubart

  • Rebecca Hall as Sylvia Tietjens wearing a black and gold coat with a fur collar and cuffs in the 2012 mini-series "Parade's End."
    • HBO

    Parade's End

    2012

    Costume seen on Rebecca Hall as Sylvia Tietjens

  • Shirley MacLaine as Martha Levinson wearing a black and gold coat with a fur collar and cuffs in the 2012 series "Downton Abbey."
    • ITV

    Downton Abbey

    2012

    Costume seen on Shirley MacLaine as Martha Levinson

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About the Costume

This exquisite coat with fur collar has been used on many occasions. It was first noticed in the 1997 production The Wingless Bird, where Moira Redmond wore it as Nessy Forrester. The costume was worn three times in 2012! First in the four-part television series Titanic, worn by Joséphine de La Baume in the role of Madame Aubart. It was next seen in the television series Parade’s End, where Rebecca Hall wore it as Sylvia Tietjens. And finally, by Shirley MacLaine as Martha Levinson in Downton Abbey.

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About the Costume

This exquisite coat with fur collar has been used on many occasions. It was first noticed in the 1997 production The Wingless Bird, where Moira Redmond wore it as Nessy Forrester. The costume was worn three times in 2012! First in the four-part television series Titanic, worn by Joséphine de La Baume in the role of Madame Aubart. It was next seen in the television series Parade’s End, where Rebecca Hall wore it as Sylvia Tietjens. And finally, by Shirley MacLaine as Martha Levinson in Downton Abbey.

This exquisite coat with fur collar has been used on many occasions. It was first noticed in the 1997 production The Wingless Bird, where Moira Redmond wore it as Nessy Forrester. The costume was worn three times in 2012! First in the four-part television series Titanic, worn by Joséphine de La Baume in the role of Madame Aubart. It was next seen in the television series Parade’s End, where Rebecca Hall wore it as Sylvia Tietjens. And finally, by Shirley MacLaine as Martha Levinson in Downton Abbey.

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  • Shrewsbury Lasses
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  • Charlotte Holdich

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    •  Thank you. I’ve written to them to let them know they need to credit the site. It’s not fair to me, but it’s especially not fair to you or my other contributors who work so hard to find these photos to not have a credit back to the source.  Thanks for pointing it out to me.

  1. Hi Katie,

    I believe, Shrewesbury Lasses has spottet this one way before me, which I would have  noticed, had I properly and thoroughly read my own messageboard ;o)

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    •  Thank you. I’ve written to them to let them know they need to credit the site. It’s not fair to me, but it’s especially not fair to you or my other contributors who work so hard to find these photos to not have a credit back to the source.  Thanks for pointing it out to me.

  1. Hi Katie,

    I believe, Shrewesbury Lasses has spottet this one way before me, which I would have  noticed, had I properly and thoroughly read my own messageboard ;o)

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    •  Thank you. I’ve written to them to let them know they need to credit the site. It’s not fair to me, but it’s especially not fair to you or my other contributors who work so hard to find these photos to not have a credit back to the source.  Thanks for pointing it out to me.

  1. Hi Katie,

    I believe, Shrewesbury Lasses has spottet this one way before me, which I would have  noticed, had I properly and thoroughly read my own messageboard ;o)

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