This gorgeous plaid sportcoat from the 60s is beautifully matched, and woven in a rich, subtle colorway of grays with olive green, brown and chestnut.
It has a double button front, and a single vent back.
The front has two flapped pockets, which are convertible, that is, the pocket flap can be slid into the pocket , which has a beautifully bound finish.
This has a partial lining. There are double buttons at the hems of each wrist.
Pure Virgin Wool
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Amalgamated Garment Workers of American union label inside the inside breast pocket; it has the registered R in the lower left corner.
17" shoulder point to shoulder point
6" from shoulder point to neck point
25.5" sleeve length
30" Long from center back of the neck to the hem
Condition: we found a 3" slit in the back yoke of the LINING: this is not visible when worn, and would be easy to mend: we simply haven't had the time to do so yet. Also, the linings of the sleeves at the underarms are strained: again, this is not visible when worn.
Our local dry cleaner has now ruined a few garments, so we no longer have a reliable cleaner near us, so this has not been cleaned. It is wrinkled in our images: that is especially evident in the back view photos. We've found no spots, stains or odors on it.
We are a member of The VFG, The Vintage Fashion Guild.