Hello guys. Recently I bought this vintage A-2 style jacket off of Ebay. I'm not super familiar with vintage stuff, but some quick research on the internet has given me some info. First, here's some pictures: Spoiler: Five Large Pictures These are the details I see currently: Size 38. Civilian issue A-2 style, not mil-spec. ( Not a one piece leather back, pockets have convenient side "entrances" that were not present in original A-2s. ) Wool-like cuffs and hem. Quilted-style lining. Talon Zipper. I used this thread to try to zero in on the date, but I'm not really sure of what I'm seeing. My thought is it looks most like the late 1940s-modern example of the slider body shape, but I couldn't find a matching pull tab image in that collection. It has that half circle shape inside, but a rectangular shape outside. Schott Brothers labeling. I've never seen a Schott label like this before, so I'm a little confused. Will probably post on the Schott forums if no one here has any idea. My main goal is just to figure out a general time of when this jacket was produced. It would be cool to figure out a price for what it's worth, but that's not my primary focus since I'm not planning to sell it anytime soon. If more pictures / different angles would help, please let me know. Any ideas? Any thoughts are appreciated!