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Jerkin associated with King Charles I, c.1640-45 (leather) (see also 2625036)

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Jerkin associated with King Charles I, c.1640-45 (leather) (see also 2625036)
English School, (17th century) / English
c. 1640 AD - c. 1645 AD (C17th AD)
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Buff leather jerkin traditionally associated with King Charles I. This garment is believed to have been left behind by the King at Aldenham, the family home of the Royalist MP, Sir Edward Acton, after the Battle of Naseby in 1645 c.1640-5

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Photo © Historic Royal Palaces/Claire Collins / Bridgeman Images
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royalty / clothes / stuart / costume / charles i / royal / jacket / baroque / battle of naseby / clothing / dress / male / fashion / jerkin / men's / king's / man's
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