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  • A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16
  • A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16
  • A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16
  • A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16
  • A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16
  • A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16

Item: C3116

A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16

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A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter VersionConsignment #16

A Second World War Canadian Field Shirt; Winter Version - Long-sleeved, in an olive green wool/cotton blend, the front with two pockets, one on each breast which have decorative straps giving them a pleated-look with small brown plastic buttons, the front with a vertical row of six brown plastic buttons on the right side, facing an equal number of reinforced button holes on the left, brown plastic buttons sewn on either side of the collared opening on the shirt, stamped in black ink with the manufacturers name "TRIO SHIRT REG'D", marked "14 2" and dated "1945" in the collar, overall stitching in olive green thread, measuring 440 mm across the shoulders and 820 mm in length. New old stock, well-stitched, clean. Mint.(C:16)
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