This is a graceful Houmongi
kimono with kiku(chrysanthemum), 'kikyo'(Japanese bellflower), and tsubaki(camellia) pattern, which are dyed on the chic 'somewake'(dyed with separate design) patterned background.
Textile is exquisite silk with woven 'sayagata' (arranged swastika) pattern, and it has soft and glossy touch.
The lapel is hiro-eri(wide lapel).
Eri with woven tachibana'(mandarin orange) pattern is attached.
Prominent stains can be seen on the narrow belt part of both outer and the lining, but could be hidden by obi which depends on your height(C,D).
Though it has prominent patinas(B) and stains(F) on the collar, not those flaws won't be disturbing for wearing if it's taken away.
There are some other flaws such as prominent smudges(A) on the wrists.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
Although not indicated, it has a whitish very slight square stain(3cm x 3cm = 1.18in x 1.18in) on the right panel above 50cm(19.5in) from the hem. It might not be outstanding when it's worn.
It's still wearable enough with very good condition if you don't mind those small flaws.
Please enjoy this graceful piece.