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Object details

Category
Souvenirs and ephemera
Related period
Second World War (association)
Materials

whole: cotton

Dimensions

Bottom Hem: Circumference 1460 mm

Waist: Circumference 885 mm

PL Shoulder Strap: Distance From PL Edge Of Arpon 70 mm, Length 825 mm, Width 118 mm, Width 135 mm

PR Shoulder Strap: Distance From PR Edge Of Apron 75 mm, Length 810 mm, Width 117 mm, Width 140 mm

Centre Back: Length 580 mm

Centre Front: Length 603 mm

Catalogue number
EPH 1458

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