Braveheart: A burgandy-red tunic made for Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I, 1995,
Lot 144
Braveheart: A burgundy-red tunic made for Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I, 1995,
£1,500 - 2,000
US$ 2,500 - 3,400
Auction Details
Braveheart: A burgandy-red tunic made for Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I, 1995, Braveheart: A burgandy-red tunic made for Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I, 1995,
Lot Details
Vintage Film Posters & Memorabilia 1960s - Present
Braveheart: A burgundy-red tunic made for Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I,
1995,
with embroidered diamond motif throughout and orange boarders to tunic edges, with 'golden' three lion crest attached to front panel, labelled inside Penny McVitie handwritten P.McGoohan, The King, Braveheart, accompanied by an over-sized 'gold' metal crown, lined with a suede support, made for Patrick McGoohan as King Edward I in the Twentieth Century production Braveheart

Footnotes

  • Patrick McGoohan, as King Edward, is seen wearing an identical tunic during the scene where his Son announces that William Wallace has successfully sacked the city of York. In his outrage the King throws his Sons aid out of a castle window to his death. In a later scene the tunic and gown are worn by McGoohan at the bloody Battle of Falkirk. The crown was designed to be over-sized to fit McGoohan over his chain-mail hood.
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  1. Katherine Schofield nee Williams
    Specialist - Entertainment Memorabilia
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