Boot


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About This Object
The remains of a knee high leather boot; the top is turned over and the part enclosing the leg has become separate from the foot section. During the mid-eighteenth century boots were worn mainly for riding and by the military. This is likely to have been a marine’s boot (soldiers from the 37th regiment were travelling on board the Invincible). The marines were a reliable, well maintained and disciplined force employed for maintaining discipline on board ship and for employment on shore as needed.
Catalogue Number
INV.37
Collection
Invincible
Measurements
Length: 500mm
Width: 170mm
Height: 530mm
Production Date
Pre 1758
Production Period
Eighteenth Century

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