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MuseumReplicas.com offers many of its discontinued Men's Costumes & Accessories here for sale.

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Clockwork Open Coat

#101521
This overcoat is crafted of a wool blend and exhibits intricate stitching along front and collar.
$148.95

Clockwork Pants

#101524
These period black pants are 100% cotton. They feature detailed floral embroidery design on the suspenders.
$78.95

Clockwork Vest

#101523
This cotton, fully-lined vest features intricately detailed buttons and hewn string stitching along the edges. Pair with Clockwork Open Coat for the perfect look.
$71.95

Crusader's Hooded Cape

#101603
This black hooded cape has a red velvet cross on the left forearm. Features leather rondel frog with snap closure. One size. Overall length of 52".
$129.95

Crusader's Tunic

#101602
This black medieval tunic is trimmed with faux leather trim at the collar and shoulders. Features a red velvet cross stitched to the chest.
$109.95

Don Juan Cape

#101579
This cape is made of polyester satin. Features long string for tying behind back. One size.
$49.95 $74.95

Don Juan Hat

#101392
This hat features a braided suede band with silver details and distressed edging. One size.
$24.95 $34.95

Don Juan Riding Pants

#101581
These black cotton twill, slim-fit pants have elastic fitting in the rear for that perfect fit. Stitched riding seat and rich black twill trim along the outer leg seam. Adjustable stirrups.
$44.95 $59.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Tudor Renaissance Flat Cap

Great quality but I agree with the other customers, you've gotta fix that sizing chart. I ordered a Large, which should fit no problem but it's really tight on my head.
Reviewed by: JEFFREY, September 16, 2019

Review of: Rapier Umbrella

I’ve had mine for years, 10 at least but I think more, and have had no problem other than the liner for the blade sticking out on the draw once.  Sometimes I have to jiggle the umbrella a little to return the blade but never a problem to draw.  And as an umbrella it works, no problem there either.
Reviewed by: Paul, September 08, 2019

Review of: Musketeer Tabard

Bought this years ago and its totally amazing, just wish it had the embroidery on the back as well
Reviewed by: Richard, August 24, 2019

Review of: Viking Leather Pouch w/ Coins

I really liked this piece I was tending bar and works carry this on my belt, I put all my tips in it.
Reviewed by: stephen, August 23, 2019

Review of: Right Handed Leather Rapier Carrier

I had a lot of compliments on this.  Definitely a must have for a rapier.  High quality leather and fittings.
Reviewed by: Tony, July 22, 2019

Review of: Captain Nemo Walking Stick

Just received my walking stick yesterday. Upon opening, I was surprised how hefty the aluminum head was! I further inspected the piece and came to the conclusion...This exceeded all of my expectations! The detail in the head is exquisite! My only disappointment is that the Shaft of the cane is hallow, which I already knew it was going to be. This head would be awesome on a solid fiberglass rod! One could use this item as a self defense weapon if needed, but the shaft would definitely be the weakest part of the cane. As for the Head...not too worried about that! A pleasure to have this in my possession. Thank You MRL!
Reviewed by: Alex, January 10, 2019

Review of: Caribbean Rogue Boots

I like the look!
Reviewed by: GORDON, November 18, 2018

Review of: Gentleman's Empire Opera Tail Coat

I bought this for a costume murder mystery dinner and it was perfect.  Very well made and comfortable.  I was worried about the fit but it was perfect.  I have used it for several functions and loaned it to friends for other costume occasions.  If your thinking of purchasing this I would say go for it!
Reviewed by: Ray, November 16, 2018

Review of: Clockwork Vest

Great vest. I use it with the Clockwork shirt, cravat, and pants.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, October 12, 2018

Review of: Empire Cravat

Wearing one of these unannounced is the equivalent of Led Zeppelin and a few glasses of wine.  You're welcome.
Reviewed by: EDWARD, September 30, 2018