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Thread: 1920's Four-Button Sack Sport Coat

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    1920's Four-Button Sack Sport Coat

    Wonderful fabric, steep price.

    Seller dates it to 1920's. I'm really not too well versed in 1920's stuff but this could be genuine.

    http://www.rubylane.com/item/460150-...x2a4-Buttonx2a








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    Uuuh. Could be an original for sure. A better view of the shoulder seam would be nice but I can't find mistakes. It's also not my preffered time frame... One for HBK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Foot Floey View Post
    One for HBK?
    no thanks... that sort high buttoning sack is not the type of 20s trip i'm currently on.

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    the buyer of this suit might be interested:

    http://www.thefedoralounge.com/showt...Edwardian-Suit

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    The only thing I really like about that jacket is the fabric. Makes me want to touch it...

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    it is an interesting fabric. those sort of equal width stripes (rather than pin or chalk) are more commonly found on cottons rather than tweeds.
    actually, its a brilliant fabric !

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    It seems to have sold for $275. Not bad.
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