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Cutler Beckett wearing his bicorne.

The bicorne or bicorn (two-cornered) was an archaic form of hat widely adopted in the 18th century as an item of uniform by European military and naval officers. It was most notably worn by officers of the East India Trading Company and British Royal Navy, including Cutler Beckett[1][2] and Hector Barbossa[3], the latter going on to wear a different bicorne hat after returning to a life of piracy.[4]



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