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King Charles' Buffcoat?

The jerkin is on loan to the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection at Kensington Palace, along with a sleeved buff coat. The two items belo.

king charles buffcoat

The jerkin is on loan to the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection at Kensington Palace, along with a sleeved buff coat. The two items belo.

Ready to wear (1640s style): King Charles' Buffcoat? traditionally believed to have belonged to Charles I of England-1640s

The jerkin is on loan to the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection at Kensington Palace, along with a sleeved buff coat. The two items belo.

The jerkin is on loan to the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection at Kensington Palace, along with a sleeved buff coat.  The two items belo...

The jerkin is on loan to the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection at Kensington Palace, along with a sleeved buff coat. The two items belo.

Garter suit - silk and silver tissue, belonged to Charles II Stuart. It was part of the costume of a knight of the Noble Order of the Garter. Doublet and trunk hose, England,  1661

Tony -- look at newer styles! --- Favorite coat, or something?Garter suit - silk and silver tissue, belonged to Charles II Stuart. It was part of the costume of a knight of the Noble Order of the Garter. Doublet and trunk hose, England, 1661

King Charles I; Sir Edward Walker  by Unknown artist oil on canvas, circa 1650

Charles I and Sir Edward Walker Painted by an unknown artist shortly after this is a study of Charles and his Secretary at War Edmund Walker, ostensibly on campaign

Wehrgehänge Schwedler, Abraham (vor 1612-1648)|Goldschmied Dresden. 1624. Rüstkammer

Wehrgehänge Schwedler, Abraham (vor 1612-1648)|Goldschmied Dresden. 1624. Rüstkammer

(RASCH 15010 (42:89)) Early Buff Coat. Early 1600, Sweden. Royal Armoury, Stockholm, Sweden. 2 pictures.

(RASCH 15010 (42:89)) Early Buff Coat. Early 1600, Sweden. Royal Armoury, Stockholm, Sweden. 2 pictures.

Spaanse arcabuse schutters

English musketeers of the English Civil War era. Adrian Barrow would have carried a matchlock musket, bandolier, and cartridges such as those in this image.

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