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  • Wanda Hendrix as Camilla Verano wearing a coat decorated with fur in the 1949 film "Prince of Foxes."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Prince of Foxes

    1949

    Costume seen on Wanda Hendrix as Camilla Verano

  • An uncredited extra wearing a green and yellow coat decorated with brown fur in the 1953 film "Lucrèce Borgia."
    • Aidart Distribution Company
    • United Artists

    Lucrèce Borgia

    1953

    Costume seen on an uncredited extra

  • Maureen Kerwin as Lucrèce Borgia wearing a green and yellow coat decorated with brown fur in the 1977 miniseries "Les Borgia ou le sang doré."
    • Koba Films
    • Warner Bros

    Les Borgia ou le sang doré

    1977

    Costume seen on Maureen Kerwin as Lucrèce Borgia

  • María Valverde as Lucrecia Borgia wearing a green and yellow coat decorated with brown fur in the 2006 film "Los Borgia."
    • Antena Aragón

    Los Borgia

    2006

    Costume seen on María Valverde as Lucrecia Borgia

  • Annabel Scholey as Contessina de' Bardi wearing a green and yellow coat decorated with brown fur in the 2016 series "Medici: Masters of Florence."
    • Lux Vide
    • Big Light Productions

    Medici: Masters of Florence

    2016

    Costume seen on Annabel Scholey as Contessina de' Bardi

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About the Costume

This beautiful green and yellow coat was almost certainly created for the 1949 film Prince of Foxes, where Wanda Hendrix wore it as Camilla Verano. The costume was later seen in Lucrèce Borgia in 1953 on an extra, and in 1977, Maureen Kerwin wore the ensemble as Lucrèce Borgia in the second episode of Les Borgia ou le sang doré. In 2006, the costume still appeared in beautiful condition in Los Borgia on Maria Valverde as Lucrecia Borgia, and finally, in 2016, it was worn by Annabel Scholey as Contessina de’ Bardi in Medici: Masters of Florence. 

This costume has been used for 67 years and is likely still in use, making it the one that has been used for the longest time. 

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About the Costume

This beautiful green and yellow coat was almost certainly created for the 1949 film Prince of Foxes, where Wanda Hendrix wore it as Camilla Verano. The costume was later seen in Lucrèce Borgia in 1953 on an extra, and in 1977, Maureen Kerwin wore the ensemble as Lucrèce Borgia in the second episode of Les Borgia ou le sang doré. In 2006, the costume still appeared in beautiful condition in Los Borgia on Maria Valverde as Lucrecia Borgia, and finally, in 2016, it was worn by Annabel Scholey as Contessina de’ Bardi in Medici: Masters of Florence. 

This costume has been used for 67 years and is likely still in use, making it the one that has been used for the longest time. 

This beautiful green and yellow coat was almost certainly created for the 1949 film Prince of Foxes, where Wanda Hendrix wore it as Camilla Verano. The costume was later seen in Lucrèce Borgia in 1953 on an extra, and in 1977, Maureen Kerwin wore the ensemble as Lucrèce Borgia in the second episode of Les Borgia ou le sang doré. In 2006, the costume still appeared in beautiful condition in Los Borgia on Maria Valverde as Lucrecia Borgia, and finally, in 2016, it was worn by Annabel Scholey as Contessina de’ Bardi in Medici: Masters of Florence. 

This costume has been used for 67 years and is likely still in use, making it the one that has been used for the longest time. 

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  • Katie S.
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  • Vittorio Nino Novarese

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