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Deerskin Half-Belt Jacket, Size 38, Mint

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by guygardner, Oct 5, 2012.

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  1. guygardner

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    Beautiful deerskin leather jacket in classic 1940s half-belt cut, with action back and side-cinchers, as well as classic button cuffs. Very flattering cut. Jacket is in mint condition, very rare for its age, and has a nice satin lining. Deerskin is thick but soft. Deerskin is prized for its strength and softness and is more expensive and harder to find than other hides. The style is typical 1940s-1950s half-belt, but I am unsure of the date of manufacture. This may have been a tailored jacket, since it is lacking a company tag. Asking $299 Shipped in the USA and CANADA.

    Measurements:

    shoulder to shoulder: 17 inches
    Across the front, from pit to pit: 20
    Length, from below back of collar to hem: 25 1/2
    Sleeves, from shoulder to cuff: 25 1/2 inches

    Please contact me for the cost of shipping if you live outside of Canada or the USA.
     

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