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  1. Seth Byrnes

    Small Peacoat - $75 + Shipping

    Hey, most are blue - even the black ones will usually have a blue cast if they are real military. As far as I know the only ones that are black are the dress ones that have gilt silver buttons (and sheesh are those buttons ever expensive to replace) and civilian models :)
  2. Seth Byrnes

    Small Peacoat - $75 + Shipping

    Selling a small size USN Peacoat! Size 38R. In great shape with an unwashed QM tag, one very small nip in the back (see pencil). Asking $75 and shipping. Sorry for the thread title, I hit "enter" before I was done and it unexpectedly posted.
  3. Seth Byrnes

    Beautiful Caramel Half-Belt - 36 Slim - $199

    Will absolutely take a best offer.
  4. Seth Byrnes

    Beautiful Caramel Half-Belt - 36 Slim - $199

    Up for sale is this repro caramel half-belt. Asking $199 Shipped Original TALON two-way zip, cast brass buckles. Shoulders - 17.5 Arms - 23.5 Chest - 20" Length - 24"
  5. Seth Byrnes

    Horsehide Leather Jerkin - 1945, British

    Asking $199 USD + Shipping O.B.O Great shape throughout, has evidently been cared for. Has a beautiful intact label dated 1945 and has a nice War Department stamp in the armpit reinforcement. Made by Waring & Gillow of London. Measures 22" Across chest, 82 inches from nape to front bottom point.
  6. Seth Byrnes

    Ladies Half-Belt - $99 + Shipping

    Still for sale, will take first reasonable offer.
  7. Seth Byrnes

    Ladies Half-Belt - $99 + Shipping

    Sorry, to address the question of fit a little more - the arms are pretty slim, I would not expect it to fit most men except if they are very slight. This is pretty fitted and is for a fairly slim lady of average to above average height. I have had a couple friends try it on & that is the body...
  8. Seth Byrnes

    Ladies Half-Belt - $99 + Shipping

    Hey folks, I included the measurements because if figured it would preclude the need for shelf sizing. It’s made from cow leather with a water resistant topcoat, heavy YKK zip. It was made as a prototype for nobody in particular, it was made to demonstrate quality before I invested in some...
  9. Seth Byrnes

    Ladies Half-Belt - $99 + Shipping

    Open to offers, want moved!
  10. Seth Byrnes

    Ladies Half-Belt - $99 + Shipping

    Selling this brand new Ladies' half-belt jacket, the result of a little experiment. $99 USD + Shipping Measurements: 18" Pit-to-pit 17" Shoulder to Shoulder 25" Cuff to Shoulder Seam 26" Bottom of Collar to Hem 17" across the waist 18.5" across the hips
  11. Seth Byrnes

    Work gloves?

    Those look great, Keith! Had a chance to try these old W-L Gloves this weekend - any idea what model these are? They don't conform to most that I have seen so they must be an older type.
  12. Seth Byrnes

    Work gloves?

    Hello friends, Have any of you found any work gloves that were in keeping with your vintage wardrobe? These past couple years I have used these Swedish military surplus gloves and they are coming up on the end of their service life. I wouldn't want to use these again - they had a cavernous...
  13. Seth Byrnes

    Military Wool Trousers & Shirts - $30 apiece Sizes 29-31

    1966 Khaki trousers sold, as is the shirt!
  14. Seth Byrnes

    What garment I make out of a destroyed WII US NAVY blanket?

    Le Laboreur makes these great blanket weight chore jackets and it has occurred to me that this might be a worthy pattern to pursue, the jacket would be white with a great blue stripe at the bottom.
  15. Seth Byrnes

    What garment I make out of a destroyed WII US NAVY blanket?

    I thought about that! The thing is that blanket lining is not often as heavy as this, and I think it would be incredibly restricting as a lining. As a standalone garment I think it would be fine though.
  16. Seth Byrnes

    What garment I make out of a destroyed WII US NAVY blanket?

    Hey all, I picked up a WWII era US navy blanket in two halves. Apparently the previous owner cut it because the center was badly damaged and their intent was to put a seam right up the middle but they never got to it. My question is - what sort of garment (or bag) would be a good use of the...
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