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LF1755 - Surtout Coat and Canadian Hooded Coat (Capot). 18th century, Seven Years War, La Nouvelle France. Also known as the Canadian Hooded Coat, or capote, the pattern includes the coat, and hooded coat with large cuffs in two lengths. These patterns have been developed in partnership with Association d'histoire vivante Quebec-Canada and part of the profits will go to the development of the group's future projects. Includes 5 sizes: (Chest / waist): 38"/30" - 40"/32" - 42"/34" - 44"/36" - 46"/38". A good example of an early reproduction capot as seen at the Deerfield Museum's exhibit. Research & development: Suzanne Gousse & Fran½ois Gousse. Fran½ois Gousse provided the military information found in original sources Excellent pattern suitable for both military and civilian interpretations for 18th Century, Seven Years War or La Nouvelle France. French Soldier's Surtout Coat and Canadian Hooded Coat. 18th Century, Seven Years War or La Nouvelle France, American Colonial Period, American Revolutionary War Era, Fur Trade Era.
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