Here is a 1940's equestrian riding jacket for probably a teenage boy. I think that the material is some type of wool that has the look of a very dark denim. It can be worn as a regular blazer or the collar can be turned up exposing two buttons with a tab coming across to a button on the other side. It has a pocket on the chest and one in front of each hip. There are three buttons on each sleeve but they are just for adornment. The back has a 10.50" pleat at the bottom. There are two moth holes, one on the right hand side near the point of the collar and another one one the right hand back side 3/4 of the way down. There are several other tiny spots that the moths have gotten to but have not made a hole. There are tears in the lining and stains on the underarms. The measurements are: Armpit to armpit 35", Waist 34", Around bottom 44", Sleeve length 21.75", Length from back of neck 28.75 and Across back of shoulders 14".