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PostPosted: Thu 10 Sep, 2015 7:39 am    Post subject: For Sale: 14th century coat of plates         Reply with quote

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Made by Jolly Knight, it fits someone roughly 6'2" and 220lb, with a 46" chest and 42" waist at the naval. It's made with a 16ga mild steel one piece breastplate. The rest of the overlapping plates are 18ga mild steel. It has a collapsing, integral fauld. The plates are riveted to heavy canvas and black wool outer shell with steel rivets. The piece is slit up the sides for easy sitting and maneuvering, and buckles in the back. Equipped with hand made brass D ring buckles.

Gambesson not included.





$850 plus shipping. Paypal please.
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Price drop to $750 plus shipping.
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