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Object details

Category
Uniforms and insignia
Related period
Second World War (association)
Materials

Buttons: metal

whole: cotton

Dimensions

Chest: Circumference 1070 mm

Hips: Circumference 1140 mm

PL Cuff: Circumference 235 mm

PR Cuff: Circumference 235 mm

Collar: Circumference 440 mm, Height 250 mm

PR Leg Cuff Opening: Circumference 470 mm

PL Leg Cuff Opening: Circumference 485 mm

Waist: Circumference 995 mm

PL Shoulder Seam: Length 150 mm

PR Shoulder Seam: Length 150 mm

PR Side Seam: Length 210 mm

PL Side Seam: Length 215 mm

Centre Front: Length 400 mm, Length 410 mm

Centre Back: Length 440 mm, Length 460 mm

PR Inseam: Length 630 mm

PL Sleeve: Length 650 mm

PL Inseam: Length 660 mm

PR Sleeve: Length 660 mm

PL Leg: Length 975 mm

PR Leg: Length 985 mm

Between Shoulders: 405

Catalogue number
UNI 4560

Object associations

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