Alright, so I just picked up something quite interesting. I've been getting killed at work and haven't had time to thrift at all, so I stopped for the first time since Friday and found this, which immediately struck me as really nice and relatively modern looking. Then I look inside and see this: Wow. Definitely did not expect that this jacket was nearly 50 years old!! it's in amazing condition for its age. There are no moth holes at all on the exterior (2 tiny ones in the lining), the only place that has a little bit of wear is one of the shoulders, and one of the hand sewn button holes has unraveled, but otherwise it's in very nice shape. But most perplexing to me is how modern it looks! Aside from the 3-buttons, nothing screams ancient about it...it's double side vented, has reasonable width lapels, etc. So my question is, can I get ANY info on this. It's definitely got all the hallmarks of a well made bespoke SR piece, but I've never heard of the SR maker so they're obviously (probably?) no longer around. Anyone got any info? Also, is this an orphaned suit jacket or an SC? I'll check tomorrow for the pants, but I didn't see them on a quick glance tonight. More pics below of the craftsmanship.