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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by scotrace, Sep 21, 2006.
1920s, looking very modern with the rolled up jeans, beard, wild hair and glasses.
here you go DM...sorry it's taken so long....
Looks identical to me, though can't compare your lining.
That's it alright. Probably contracted out to Carwood.
Powr House chore coat
Sheeplined work vest
Here's an ad for the vest above, from 1937
Does anyone know alot about these jackets? They seem to have been made under Sears Hercules, Montgomery Ward Windward and Powr House, King o Wear and now I see a Lee on Ebay right now.
All seem to have small differences on close examination. I would love to see one in any vintage catalog. Also would like to know what years they may have been made.
I finally got one after looking for three years or so and love it. It doesnt have a tag, but from pictures of others I think its a Powr House with an early 1950s diagonally lettered "Crown" zipper. Its just like the one pictured but with all black leather trim.
These seem really sought after, but I can find very little info on them!
Have a look at the Vintage Short Wool Jackets thread. I really like them too. May get a repro some day (or an original with some luck).
Thanks, thats a great thread. I see a few similar type jackets, but not the exact type. I would love to see one in one of those old photos!
Try to find an original, they seem to cost less then the repros!
Black Bear Brand waxed Army Duck logging suit. Made in Seattle, Washington
Winter Work Shirts like the one above. 1929
George Woolf and Seabiscuit.
this shop coat is on it's way to me from France:
Very nice. Ebay or from a dealer?
from FrenchCanCan blog.