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Waistcoat cuirasses

Scope note

Cuirasses made in the form of a civilian doublet, consisting of two halves hinged to either side of a strip up the center of the back and fastened up the front like a waistcoat, generally with studs locked by hooks. Often they were furnished with steel imitation buttons down the front.

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

300036769

Broader Terms used

cuirasses

Equivalent Terms used

waistcoat cuirasse

Created

12yrs ago

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