Boss Tweed's Stunt Green Patterned Vest & Brown Striped Trousers
Boss Tweed was the very quintessence of what was wrong with New York in the 1850s and 60s. He would stop at nothing to promote his political agenda, and often without regard to the consequences. But in the words of Amsterdam, "For those of us trying to be thieves, we couldn't help but admire him." For those of us who appreciate nineteenth century fashion, we can't help but admire Tweed's most memorable wardrobe pieces like this vest and pair of trousers he wears in the film. Custom fit wardrobe; no size specified. Labeled "Stunt". Vest: Light stunt blood/dirt staining. Buttons missing. Trousers: Button-up front. Light stunt blood/dirt staining.