The vest Charles I wore at his execution;1640-1649
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The vest Charles I wore at his execution;1640-1649

© Museum of London

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A knitted pale green silk vest or waistcoat said to have been worn by Charles I at his execution in 1649. The stains on the front are believed to be blood, but forensic tests in the 1950s and 1980s failed to prove this conclusively.
 

Date

1640 AD - 1649 AD
 

Image Number

005727
 

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