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    Crieff, Perthshire
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke MacGillie View Post
    I think it depends; a cravat is borrowed from French, but in the "English" world was something wrapped and often tied in a knot in the font similar to a modern tie, while a stock simply wraps around and is buckled. Ive not yet seen a surviving example of a reenactor style stock that ties in the back, I think that was a US Bicentennial made up/make due as no one was producing stock buckles or clasps.
    Always good to learn something new. I haden't realised that the term was that old - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cravat

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    Killeen Texas
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    Galic dictionary info

    Thanks for the info, enjoyed a lot.


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