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Object details

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

Buttons: plastic

Jacket: textile

Dimensions

whole: Back (between Shoulders) 387 mm, Centre Back 725 mm, Centre Front 580 mm, Chest (circumference) 980 mm, Collar (circumference) 260 mm, Collar Height 44 mm, Inside Arm 460 mm, Nape To Waist 410 mm, Waist (circumference) 940 mm, Wrist (flat) 152 mm, 153

Catalogue number
UNI 2964

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