Object details

uniforms and insignia
Related period
Second World War (association)

whole: Centre Back 62 cm, Centre Front 61.5 cm, Chest (flat) 41 cm, Collar (flat) 11.2 cm, Collar Height 4 cm, Inside Arm 0 cm, Nape To Waist 38.5 cm, Waist (flat) 32.5 cm, Wrist (flat) 18.5 cm

Catalogue number
UNI 14393

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