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Object details

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

whole: Fabric, metal

Dimensions

whole: Ankle (circumference) 540 mm, Back (between Shoulders) 350 mm, Calf (circumference) 540 mm, Centre Back 450 mm, Centre Front (to Crotch) 800 mm, Chest (circumference) 880 mm, Collar (circumference) 340 mm, Collar Height 56 mm, Collar To Hood (crown) 300 mm, Hips (circumference) 920 mm, Inside Arm 458 mm, Inside Leg 630, Nape To Waist 450 mm, Overall Height 1340 mm, Shoulder Seam 120 mm, Thigh (circumference) 580 mm, Waist (circumference) 668 mm, Wrist (flat) 106 mm

Catalogue number
UNI 5309

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