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19th Century German Harvest Chore Coat

19th Century German Harvest Chore Coat


This chore jacket is made from two German linen grain harvesting sacks. Hand woven twill weave. One bag is from 1864 and the other from 1894. These sacks often have branding stamps so that they could be returned to the rightful owner after the grain was milled. 

Vintage-inspired fit.
Slightly tapered waist.
Pointed collar. Five coat buttons.
Two waist patch pockets and two asymmetrical chest pockets.
Long sleeves with buttoned cuffs.
Subtle cutaway front hem.
Made in California.
Dry clean only.

Size Medium 28" front body length, a 27" back body length, a 19.25 shoulder, a 46" chest, and a 34.75" sleeve length.


Each textile bares marks of the past. All signs of wear, character, stains and mending are reminders of its' history, and original to every carefully curated and preserved textile. Hand made in California.

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