Due to my self-imposed directive to only wear black, I've decided to part with my WWII-era 10-button Navy pea coat. This thing is a real beauty and it hurts a little to let it go. First, pictures: Okay, a little about the jacket. First, the bad: -Some light wear around the inside collar lining, as shown. -Left inner arm hole has a little detached sewing. Neither of these things are major. Next, the maybe bad but I don't know: -I had my local tailor (who is fantastic) reattach the buttons. This is good as they aren't going anywhere anytime soon. However, I had him move a row a little inwards to give me a more slim fit, so there are four minor spots of "damage" where the original buttons laid. I tried to show you the worst of it. The good: Corduroy lining is present and nice. No moth holes that I can see. Outward appearance looks very nice. Service tag is present with name and rank, which is cool. Measurements: P2P: 20" Shoulder: 19" Length: 33" Sleeve: 25" I am 5'11" (6' on a good day) and weight around 170. With a tshirt, the fit is very nice and not restrictive. I can provide more measurements and photos if needed. I'm looking for, lets say $100 shipped in the US. Is that a fair price? If I am way off, just let me know. I also have a nice repro navy watchman cap that I can include. Now, I can't remember if I got it from Buzz Rickson or Pike Bros, but it was one of the two (I think I have the paperwork somewhere). I can include that for an additional $25 if interested. Lastly, the jacket was dry cleaned and is in a pet free, smoke free household.