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|A late medieval arming doublet.
The outer is of a heavy weight grey linen, re-enforced with
black leather. It is lightly padded with woollen fabric, and
the lining is of off white linen.
The sleeves fasten at the wrist, with a number of point holes
for ties, to allow the cuff to fit tightly.
The puffs at the tops of the sleeves are stuffed with wool
fleece, into a 'dropped' shape, to support the armour to be
worn over it.
The arming doublet has a huge number of point holes
(around 70), to support the armour, all hand sewn,
re-enforced with internal metal rings.
The front fastens with hand made hooks and eyes.