17-18th C Clothing for Men
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One size fits all. The explorer David Thompson wrote in 1786, "The men were all French C..
Hand made. 100% wool. Same as the tuque above but this hat is a single thickness of knit wool with..
Hand knit of 100% wool yarn like our other tuques. This shorter tuque is called The Machault tuque ..
Our Tarred Canvas Haversacks with Buckle Flap (12"x12" with single leather shoulder strap) were used..
Light weight, 100% china silk, 44" square scarves. The hems on all four sides are hand-rolled and s..
Light weight, 100% china silk, 35" square scarves. (The black scarf is 36"X36".) The hem..
This Rifleman's Hunting Frock is a great value! Patterned after the drawings shown..
Patterned after an original documented in The Frontier Rifleman. The fabric is 80% wool, 20% nylon, ..
The most informal sort of neck wear, the triangular neck kerchief made of silk, linen, or cotton is ..
We have one light weight, black, linen, and three navy/tan homespun checked kerchiefs, one linen tan..
We accidentally sewed these with white thread. Sold as-is...
Blend in with the woods color. These long, roomy garments are designed as an over-shirt, to be worn..
Closed front style classic long hunter shirt. 100% cotton osnaburg. The hem is raw edged for fring..
This sash, or Cienture, is a copy of French-Canadian assumption weavings worn by French voyagers. So..
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