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English. 1625-1635. Wool, trimmed with silk and lined with linen.

English. 1625-1635. Wool, trimmed with silk and lined with linen.

Doublet of Nils Brahe the Elder, 1600-32, Swedish.

Doublet of Nils Brahe the Elder, 1600-32, Swedish.

Jacka i Textil (nr: 07883)- jacket from the Vasa ship. Lots of photos, info in Swedish

Jacka i Textil (nr: 07883)- jacket from the Vasa ship. Lots of photos, info in Swedish

1615-1620, England - Doublet - Watered wool, silk taffeta, linen, whalebone, hand sewn with silk and linen threads, with a silver-gilt and a silver-gilt and silk braid

1615-1620, England - Doublet - Watered wool, silk taffeta, linen, whalebone, hand sewn with silk and linen threads, with a silver-gilt and a silver-gilt and silk braid

1662-65_YOUNG-WOMAN-READING_METSU.jpg (452×828)

1662-65_YOUNG-WOMAN-READING_METSU.jpg (452×828)

Shirt (Ensemble) | Museum of London

Shirt (Ensemble) | Museum of London

Anzug (Herren). Vollständige Kleidung eines Junkers von Bodegg, Augsburger Geschlecht, welches von 1599 - 1637 auf Elgg sass. Bestehend aus: Samtkäppchen, Hose und Wams aus braunem Wollköper. Gestrickte Wollstrümpfe. 1600 - 1610. (LM-2396.1)

Anzug (Herren). Vollständige Kleidung eines Junkers von Bodegg, Augsburger Geschlecht, welches von 1599 - 1637 auf Elgg sass. Bestehend aus: Samtkäppchen, Hose und Wams aus braunem Wollköper. Gestrickte Wollstrümpfe. 1600 - 1610. (LM-2396.1)

DATING  1600-1700's  OTHER KEYWORDS  jacket  COLLECTION OF THE  Royal Armoury  INVENTORY NUMBER  20847 (911:8)

DATING 1600-1700's OTHER KEYWORDS jacket COLLECTION OF THE Royal Armoury INVENTORY NUMBER 20847 (911:8)

Seaman's Slops. Museum Of London. According to the museum of London this style of clothing was worn by seamen from the 16th century (1500s) ...Notice the pattern on the main body of the frock. This is apparently made from Lindsey Wolsey, a mix of linen & wool. http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/Online/object.aspx?objectID=object-83031&rows=1&start=2&sort=summaryTitle%20asc;

Seaman's Slops. Museum Of London. According to the museum of London this style of clothing was worn by seamen from the 16th century (1500s) ...Notice the pattern on the main body of the frock. This is apparently made from Lindsey Wolsey, a mix of linen & wool. http://collections.museumoflondon.org.uk/Online/object.aspx?objectID=object-83031&rows=1&start=2&sort=summaryTitle%20asc;