c1812 green-gold silk dress. More green than gold. Back fastening with drawstring tie at neck, no waist closure. Short puff sleeves. Very lightweight silk. Front waistline high, back waistline slightly lower and very gathered (just like Met Museum 1812 example). Bodice and sleeves linen lined. A very long dress for the time - 57in.
Changeante silk gown, 1815-25, green and gold silk taffeta, square neckline, very high narrow inset waistband, tubular long sleeves, small train, sleeves probably altered from an earlier style. Augusta Auctions
A chocolate brown silk 'Quaker' dress, circa 1818. A chocolate brown silk 'Quaker' dress, circa 1818. with draw-string to raised waist and neck, with note attached stating it was 'worn by Elizabeth Banks Palmer in 1818', together with a plain linen waist pocket and a padded cotton bum-roll (3). - See more at: http://kerrytaylorauctions.com/one-item/?id=35&auctionid=402#sthash.2UNjdMjp.dpuf