There are many ways a Victorian gentleman may choose to tie his neckwear. Here is one of the simpler knots, illustrated that you may practice at home. We have made a special cravat for demonstration .alles für den Gentleman - www.
Eighteenth Century men’s wig: Men who could afford it bought wigs. Full-bottomed wigs were preferred up until where the French toupee or English foretop became popular afterwards. They were made by human hair and were powdered for formal dress.
thegentlemanscloset: “Various styles of century tricorne hats. Most of these are military hats which usually had a cockade on them. that says “Yager corps” is probably wrong. My guess is that it should read “Jaeger corps” ”