18th Century Pullover Linen Hunting Shirt, Rendezvous Clothing
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18th Century Pullover Linen Hunting Shirt, Rendezvous Clothing:
Often called a "Common Shirt", this style was prevalent from around 1760 throughout the early 1800s. Shirts are made from a 60/40 linen-cotton blend and have all the characteristics of the originals. Fully gusseted, pleated at the sleeves and plenty long for wear with a belt. Designed from drawings of a period example found in The Frontier Rifleman, by Richard B. LaCrosse, Jr.
The Rifleman's Pullover Hunting Shirt is a light, natural color and features a narrow collar, pleated sleeves and cuffs with a single button. The neck opening terminates in a decorative heart applique.
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