LEATHER NECK STOCK WITH BUCKLE

$350.00

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Item Code: 490-2787

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This thin leather collar, fastened by a Japanned buckle at the back, measures 2.25” at its tallest in front, tapering toward the back and is approximately 16” long overall. Patent date of 1855 on the buckle.

The origin of the leather neck collar, also known as a "stock", has to do with early 19th-century military fashion trends in Europe and North America; its use among enlisted men supposedly improved their military bearing and appearance by forcing the chin high and posture straight.

Leather is in very good condition overall, with light edge wear. Two-tine, Japanned buckle and corresponding thin strap are sewn to the collar with two rows of stitching each.

A great example.  [jet] [ph:L]

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