This vintage coat was made in the 1930s and was sold by the New York based department store Oppenheim Collins. It is double breasted, with cargo pockets and handwarmer pockets featuring scalloped trim. There are buttoned adjuster belts at the cuffs.
This coat is an older RRL Ralph Lauren product. Based on a design from the 1900s-1920s, the coat has a shawl collar, handwarmer pockets, flapped cargo pockets, belt loops, and an unlined construction. It was made in the USA from Indian blanket patterned fabric in 100% cotton.
This vintage coat was made in the 1940s-1950s by the Hudson’s Bay Company from their Hudson’s Bay Point blankets. This one is made in the rare brown on brown color scheme, with the black and red being more common in that era. It is double breasted, with a belted waist and a half-lining.
This vintage coat was made by KACO- Smart Clothes – Made Right in the 1920s. It has an incredible zig zag brown weave to the fabric, a relatively square cut with a double breasted closure, low set lazy peak lapels and a breast pocket. It is half-lined with a vertical inside pocket.
This vintage mackinaw coat was made in the 1930s by Double Duty. It is double breasted, with handwarmer pockets, flapped cargo pockets and a belted back. As was common of work coats of this period, it is unlined.
This jacket was made by Himel Bros. Leather of Toronto, Canada. It is their Chinook model, with a double breasted closure, shawl collar, handwarmer pockets and flapped cargo pockets. It has bi-swing shoulders, a wool lining and deco vintage buttons. This was a pre-production prototype, with more detailed surround stitching on the handwarmer pockets than the production version, and no tag.
This vintage overcoat was made in the 1920s by The Sheuerman Make, a noted manufacturer at the time of work mackinaws and overcoats. This one is double breasted, with a broad collar. It is heavy brown wool with a subtle plaid to the weave, and is unlined save for the shoulders and sleeves.