I find that a lot of English drape is only vertical whereas the cut R does has a much more rounded chest section.
I think this is an understatement...I have not personally seen, nor am I aware of any, English draped coats that are not precisely what you describe: Scholte, to me, means drape emphasized in the vertical plane coming from and going out of the scye.
That being said, in a Scholte-esque coat, I also do expect waist suppression from an underarm dart, and when there is no front dart, a further manipulation of the findings and canvass for shaping of the chest. Well, when it is done well...
But, this is not to the degree that I see with your coats or M's coat from Rubinacci, and I see how this can look really good.
How do you think Rubinacci does this?
I meant to look more closely at the Solito I have...if I see something interesting, I will try to take a relevant photograph tomorrow.