Most often associated with Sherlock Holmes, the inverness cape is a weatherproof outer coat which was often worn in 1880s London. Description from whitechapeljack.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Men's fashion plate depicting gentlemen and servant, from Journal des Tailleurs, 1855.
1844: from the French journal L’Élégant : Journal Des Tailleurs found in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
Weiner Moden (looks like it says 1841 in the bottom right corner?)
1930's men's coats. Top left looks like his grandfathers coat that he wears. It was also handmade.
Illustration by Laurence Fellows
[Two men wearing tuxedoes.] 1937
A Page of Pointers for the Winter Cruiser. Esquire Magazine, 1930's.