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11416Re: [medieval-leather] Documentation for Leather Gorget's

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  • Colin
    Apr 5, 2009
      I don't know of leather gorgettes ever being used. By the time gorgettes were being used, steel making was sufficiently advanced that there was no point in using leather for armour.

      For leather armour, you're really either looking at the 17th C Buff Coats (made like flexible coats) or 13th C Boiled Leather, which was quickly replaced by steel.

      Best of luck with your search though.


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Daniel Morgan
      To: medieval-leather@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Sunday, April 05, 2009 12:47 AM
      Subject: [medieval-leather] Documentation for Leather Gorget's

      I'm sure somewhere amongst the 11 thousand messeges here, there could be information regarding locating documentation for Medieval or, for that matter the use of "Leather" gorget's in History.
      If someone has reference material, book titles, Historical websites (other than Wikipedia), Websites that have photos of extent garments showing a leather gorget.
      I would certainly be eternally grateful.
      Dan Morgan
      The bloody MadScot of Clan macAoigh
      Cealigh macAoidh of House Dragonwing Thunder


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