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"This jerkin is copied from a surviving jerkin in The Museum of Leathercraft which is currently in the care of Northampton Borough Council. It is a late 16th century buff leather jerkin with silk ribbons. It is made from oil tanned buff leather and all the seams are butt stitched. It is lined with linen and has silk taffeta ribbons with hand made brass points on the ends. The lacing down the front is false - instead it fastens with hooks and eyes." - Tudor Leather Jerkin

"This jerkin is copied from a surviving jerkin in The Museum of Leathercraft which is currently in the care of Northampton Borough Council. It is a late 16th century buff leather jerkin with silk ribbons. It is made from oil tanned buff leather and all the seams are butt stitched. It is lined with linen and has silk taffeta ribbons with hand made brass points on the ends. The lacing down the front is false - instead it fastens with hooks and eyes." - Tudor Leather Jerkin

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Doublet or tunic of Hugo Grotius (Delft 1583 - Rostock 1645), goatskin with hooks and eyes, nestelgaten and bubbles - Museum Rotterdam

Doublet or tunic of Hugo Grotius (Delft 1583 - Rostock 1645), goatskin with hooks and eyes, nestelgaten and bubbles - Museum Rotterdam

Buff-coat and doublet (c.1640).  leather; silk, gold and silver thread.  Chest measures 86cms (34 inches).  Owned by Sir Jacob Astley, 1st Baron Astley of Reading, a prominent Royalist Commander in the English civil wars (1642-1651). National Trust’s collection, Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland.

Buff-coat and doublet (c.1640). leather; silk, gold and silver thread. Chest measures 86cms (34 inches). Owned by Sir Jacob Astley, 1st Baron Astley of Reading, a prominent Royalist Commander in the English civil wars (1642-1651). National Trust’s collection, Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland.