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UNAVAILABLE UNAVAILABLE Gordon Highlanders Military Kilt - 3553
A tartan military kilt of the Gordon Highlanders. Inside is blanket lined and has its leather retaining straps. No label but measures 46" along the khaki cloth waistband. In very good condition and with kilt pin. Price includes UK postage. ( sn. 3553 )

1945 US Army Officers Field Jacket - U 123
A superb condition 1944 pattern Olive Drab Wool Field Jacket or "Ike" Jacket of a First Lieutenant of the Signal Corps wearing patches of the 7th and 27th Infantry Division. Named inside, "112265 HOLBRITTER". He has 2 overseas service bars and the rank bars are silver bullion wire. It has a nice label showing it was issued on 14.4.1945 by the Moda Coat Company and is size 36R. In excellent undamaged condition and price includes UK delivery.

Victorian Royal Engineers Officers Mess Jacket - U 106
A nice condition red melton cloth mess jacket for an Ensign in the Royal Engineers. Gilt bullion rope shoulder cords and gilt, Queen Victoria Crown, RE pattern buttons. Nicely lined and with an owners label of 'J.H. Hudson, B51/2'. Price includes UK delivery.

1944 Royal Navy Officers Working Dress Blouse - 2187
A good example of a Royal Navy officers blue working dress blouse jacket with gilt, Kings Crown, RN buttons. Made in 1944 in Leeds in size to fit height 5'7" to 5'8", breast 35" to 36" and waist 30" to 31". All buttons, label and belt present. Price includes UK delivery. ( sn. 2187 )

1942 Women's Land Army Corduroy Breeches - HO 21/14
An original, large size, 1942 dated WW2 WLA corduroy breeches in perfect condition.. Made in Jan 1942 by B. Sutcliffe & Co. they are size 17, for women 5' 9" to 5' 10", Waist 26" to 28" and hips 38" to 40". In perfect condition, complete with all buttons and calf ties. Price includes UK delivery.

Named 1944 USAAF Washington HQ Officers Jacket - U 42
An officers jacket of WW2 in dark green with sleeve badge of the United States Army Air Force HQ, Washington D.C. Gilt buttons, no rank badges fitted. Cincinnati makers label, officer S.L. Ginlover (or similar) 21st July 1944 dated. A lovely jacket & price includes UK delivery.
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