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    Vintage blazers for sale

    Bookster are offering a couple of vintage club blazers. The white/cream one is fantastic (if knackered).

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-BESP...item43ae979c03

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/GEN-VTG-1940...item43aea02790
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    They've posted two more vintage blazers. The first is from 1943:
    http://www.savvyrow.co.uk/products/1...boys-blazer-36

    This one is undated but looks earlier:
    http://www.savvyrow.co.uk/products/v...boys-blazer-34
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    They seem to carry only 3 sizes, TS, MTS and MMTS.
    TS - Too small
    MTS - Much too small
    MMTS - Much MUCH too small.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhermann1 View Post
    They seem to carry only 3 sizes, TS, MTS and MMTS.
    TS - Too small
    MTS - Much too small
    MMTS - Much MUCH too small.
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    Let's face it, these were made for teenagers in England in the 1930s/1940s. It's unfortunate for most of us, but someone always gets lucky.
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