100% linen, dress shirt size 15-19. Buckle sold separately!
White linen stocks were most often worn by civilian gentlemen along with a white linen shirt that has bosom ruffles. Military officers sometimes wore white stocks but more commonly wore black stocks with a white ruffled shirt. Our stocks are made of 2.8 oz. cambric linen with sturdier linen tabs. Cited from personal communication with Mike Barbieri in The Connecticut Gazette of 1777 is "Ran away . . . a negro man . . . carried off with him a white holland shirt, and stock mark'd E B". Note our stocks are not marked.
Wash in cold water and line dry. Iron with hot iron. Made in the USA.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 28 August, 2015.