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  • Corin Redgrave as Old Jolyon Forsyte wearing a black and gold waistcoat in the 2002 series "The Forsyte Saga."
    • ITV

    The Forsyte Saga

    2002

    Costume seen on Corin Redgrave as Old Jolyon Forsyte

  • Simon Callow as Charles Dickens wearing a black and gold waistcoat in the episode "The Unquiet Dead" of the 2005 series "Doctor Who."
    • BBC Wales

    Doctor Who: The Unquiet Dead

    2005

    Costume seen on Simon Callow as Charles Dickens

  • Adam James as John Bellasis wearing a black and gold waistcoat in the 2020 series "Belgravia."
    • ITV

    Belgravia

    2020

    Costume seen on Adam James as John Bellasis

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This waistcoat was first seen on Corin Redgrave as Old Jolyon Forsyte in the 2002 remake of The Forsyte Saga. In 2005 it was worn by Simon Callow as Charles Dickens in the first season episode of (New) Doctor Who entitled The Unquiet Dead. In 2020 the costume was seen a third time on Adam James as John Bellasis in Belgravia. The placement of the pattern on the fabric is a bit different than previous appearances, so either alterations were made for Belgravia or duplicates of the waistcoat exist. Nonetheless, it is clear they originated from the same source.

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About the Costume

This waistcoat was first seen on Corin Redgrave as Old Jolyon Forsyte in the 2002 remake of The Forsyte Saga. In 2005 it was worn by Simon Callow as Charles Dickens in the first season episode of (New) Doctor Who entitled The Unquiet Dead. In 2020 the costume was seen a third time on Adam James as John Bellasis in Belgravia. The placement of the pattern on the fabric is a bit different than previous appearances, so either alterations were made for Belgravia or duplicates of the waistcoat exist. Nonetheless, it is clear they originated from the same source.

This waistcoat was first seen on Corin Redgrave as Old Jolyon Forsyte in the 2002 remake of The Forsyte Saga. In 2005 it was worn by Simon Callow as Charles Dickens in the first season episode of (New) Doctor Who entitled The Unquiet Dead. In 2020 the costume was seen a third time on Adam James as John Bellasis in Belgravia. The placement of the pattern on the fabric is a bit different than previous appearances, so either alterations were made for Belgravia or duplicates of the waistcoat exist. Nonetheless, it is clear they originated from the same source.

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