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 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 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 vintage coat was made by the A&N Trading Co of 8th and D St. NW Washington DC in the 1930s, either for the Army or the Civilian Conservation Corps. It is the rare early variant of the army shawl collar mackinaw, made from OD wool, with a double breasted closure, belted waist, and epaulettes. In keeping with the early pattern, and typical of work mackinaws of this period, the coat is unlined.
This vintage hunting coat was made in the mid 1940s. It is an unusual design, cut short, with a three button front, and a zipper front. The zipper is a Talon of a design used immediately after WWII. The back has flaps to access the internal game pouch and the back of the coat is lined with a salt and pepper type material, as are the pocket flaps.