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Late Renaissance Shirt

ID#: 100342

Price: $59.00 

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This sharp looking shirt was a favorite from the Renaissance through the mid-18th century. The fashionable, loose fitting design made for easy concealment for a dagger or purse. In swordplay, this shirt allows freedom of movement with the bloused sleeves which tie at the cuff. Four eyelets on either side of the V-neck tie closed with a thong. This shirt is available in black, white or red Choose from sizes S (14), M (15), L (16) or XL (17-18).  Polyester.

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    1. Black Harry on 4/3/2013, said:

    Last time these were on sale, I got 3. Since my kids took Tim over, I may buy 3 more. Highly recommend this item. Well worth the money.
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    2. Chad on 8/3/2010, said:

    the shirt was exactly what I was expecting. It is of excellent quality and had no flaws. The weight of the shirt is great, not too heavy but not too light. Great for my ren garb.
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    3. Bruce W. on 2/21/2009, said:

    I purchased the white shirt it just what I expected. There was one little thing about it. The cord for the V cut in the front was not available during the period when the shirts were made. I found a innovative fix though. The draw strings for the sleeves were extra long, so I used the excess from the sleeves, replace the cord in V cut in the front. Aside from that it's wonderful addition to my costume. Cour de Lyon
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