Soldier’s Linen Coat – 18th Century

Soldier’s Linen Coat – 18th Century

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Linen smock worn on a cloth uniform, in order to protect it.In the summer it replaced the cloth uniform.

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Linen smock worn on a cloth uniform, in order to protect it.In the summer it replaced the cloth uniform. Due to the warmth and convenience of use. Widely used in Poland and Lithuania. Similar smocks were worn by some units of the European army, mainly in the Reich and Austria.

 

  • We can make uniforms with different details to suit your needs.
  • As a standard, the smock is sewn from gray linen and equipped with hand-made buttons.

 

Like all our clothing it can be hand or machine stiched. However, we always follow the principle to finish visible elements manually.

The model in the picture was hand sewn from hand-woven unbleached linen.

Weight3 kg
Dimensions50 × 50 × 30 cm

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