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Buttons, Buckles & Blades - Men in 18th-century Scotland and colonial Maryland wore similar clothing, which included a shirt, waistcoat, and coat, along with belts and straps to hold a sporran or other bag for personal belongings, and weapons like a sword and dagger. Only the metal and glass parts tend to survive archaeologically. Click on the artifacts to see more about what 18th-century men wore. Artifacts: Scabbard hardware; sword parts; buckles; coins; rosary; buttons.
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